Downloading the hard disk directory e.g. like a site map

CelticBorealis

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Hi all,

I've got the fun task of reorganising my small company's hard disk structure, which has evolved organically over a couple of decades and it's huge and messy.

The first thing I need to do is inventory what we actually have already so I can come up with a sensible new system. I know there are duplicate files and folders all over the place.

Is there an easy way of getting Windows to produce something a bit like a site map for a hard disk? Something where I can quite clearly see a list of folders, the hierarchy of nested folders and files?

Any guidance on this would be greatly appreciated!
 

gardenman

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Another option is Gentibus CD: http://www.gentibus.com/

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I've been using it for several years to catalog the files on my blu-rays and External HDDs. The software is free, but it's a bit dated. Last updated in 2012. It works fine in Windows 10.

It's a "list only" creator though. You won't be able to virtually modify the list to test a better drive layout.
 

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