The Flexible File/Directory Listing Utility
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See the online documentation
ExpPrint is a file/directory listing program that integrates with Windows File Explorer. It allows you to view, print, and save listings of files, directories, and virtual folders from any file store accessible with Explorer, including local disks and networked shares, SharePoint libraries, and cloud storage systems. ExpPrint listings can include any combination of file system properties and metadata tags/properties of any file types that Windows supports, as well as computed hash values. It can output to HTML, plain text, or CSV for import into other applications such as spreadsheets and data discovery tools.
ExpPrint can output many (very many) properties:
Name, Size, Type, Timestamps, Attributes, Owner.
Version, Title, Author, Date Saved, Keywords, Tags, People Names, Track Number, Bit Rate, Album Artist, ISO setting, Focal Length, Dimensions, Date Taken, etc.
It also has:
It's XML/HTML output is fully Unicode, so it supports any combination of languages that Windows itself supports.
We hope you'll find it's the best and most comprehensive file and directory contents listing tool available for its price.
Supported Operating Systems - 32 (x86) & 64-bit (x64) versions
If you're using Windows 8, Windows 10, Server 2012, or later, see the Windows 8/10 items in our FAQ section.
32-bit (x86) package 3.61 MB (3,793,527 bytes)
64-bit (x64) package 3.92 MB (4,113,092 bytes)
For installation information, see the documentation.
Browser Suitability with ExpPrint
The current versions of all the major browsers work well for quality HTML output from ExpPrint for reasonable sized listings, though Internet Explorer and Chrome perform considerably better than Firefox on longer listings. In particular, Firefox is incredibly slow doing a print preview for long listings.
For a listing of around 30 pages, IE, Edge, and Chrome took around 3 seconds to create a print preview, while Firefox took around 7 seconds. For much larger listings, Firefox becomes incredibly slow. Where IE took 38 seconds for a 250 page listing, Chrome produced its first page in 7 seconds, with the final page in 33 seconds, but I gave up waiting for Firefox after 5 minutes.
If you encounter any issues with ExpPrint and your favourite browser, please send us an email and let us know.
We've had a few requests for ExpPrint to print out the contents of the Temporary Internet Files folders. Unfortunately it's not possible to do this in a general way that fits in with the current version of ExpPrint. Furthermore, it appears that Microsoft haven't implemented the shell enumeration methods on all their shell namespaces (such as the Temporary Internet Files folder) - so it's not possible to implement it in a consistent way in the planned future version of ExpPrint either.
Consequently, we have decided to produce a dedicated console application that lets you output the list in a tab delimited format. The output of the program can be redirected to a file, which can then be imported into a spreadsheet application (such as Microsoft Excel) where you process it and print it.
TmpIfs is freely available to all registered users of ExpPrint. Download the TmpIfs.zip file, expand the TmpIfs.exe program into a sub–folder and run it from a command prompt.
TmpIfs 114 KB (117,730 bytes)
filecluster Reviews - Feb 6, 2014
"ExpPrint provides a utility that Windows Explorer should have on its own. The ability to create listings with detailed information is an extremely helpful one and something that will save a ton of time for people that would otherwise have to do it manually."
"Findmysoft has rated ExpPrint 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent"
The 3d2f.com editors have rated ExpPrint as:
Computer Buyer - Utility of the Month Nov 2002
Review on taimienphi.vn (Vietnamese)
WUGNET shareware pick of the week 7 Dec 1997
DOS World - Practical Windows Dec 1996
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