With the ability to display and print all the subdirectories and files in a folder's many levels, YourDir expands on Windows' Explorer feature. The tiny application looks a bit amateurish, and its bare-bones interface can initially be confusing, but for the most part it functions smoothly. File lists and full directory trees can be printed, saved as JPEG or BMP files, or exported in CSV format. A few quirks can cause new users to stumble, including one feature that asks for a top limit on the number of files or folders displayed, then stops the search if more are found. Despite this and a few other head-scratchers, the free download does its basic job well.
What's new in version 1.7
ReleaseNovember 8, 2008
Date AddedApril 14, 2006
Operating SystemsWindows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
Additional RequirementsWindows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP, Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
YourDir is used to print Windows directories. It can also create JPEG file of a Windows directory. Its a handy freeware utility. Now you can document your directory structure. Exporting folder structure to CSV file is available as well. This can be used to identify large folders and files. Please note that to calculate folder sizes you need to turn the 'Files' flag on. You can also limit the level of nesting of subfolders to display major folders only.