Direct directories

View, print, and save directories with this no-nonsense tool.

Sometimes the best programs are those that don't contain a lot of bells and whistles, but that simply do a specific task easily and efficiently. Directory List and Print is one such program. This basic utility lets users create, save, and print lists of the files on their computers. It's not fancy, but that's the point; it's made to do one thing well with as little fuss as possible.

The program's interface is plain and easy to navigate, with panes displaying the user's directories and the program's output. Check boxes allow users to choose what information they want included in their list: date, time, size, path, and so on. Users then simply navigate to the desired directory, preview the contents in the output pane, and then choose what they want to do with it; the directory information can be printed, copied to the clipboard, or transferred to a Word document or Excel spreadsheet. Directory List and Print can also be added to the context menu, allowing users to right-click on any directory in Windows Explorer and launch the program. The utility comes with a brief PDF Help file, but we didn't need it; everything about it is intuitive. Overall, we think that Directory List and Print is a great choice for anyone seeking a simple way to print directories.

Directory List and Print comes as a ZIP file and is accessible after extraction with no need for installation. We recommend this program to all users.

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