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FlexTk is an advanced file management toolkit allowing one to search and classify files, scan one or more disks or directories and apply rule-based, file organizing or data migration policies, synchronize files and directories, monitor one or more disks or directories, analyze storage utilization, copy large amounts of files in a fault-tolerant way, identify duplicate files and free-up wasted storage space. All file operations are available through a centralized and easy-to-use GUI application with a built-in file navigator allowing one to execute any required command in a single mouse click.

This guide is included as part of the Windows Guides File Organization series. Please visit the main page if you would like to learn why this guide may be useful.

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FlexTK Features

  • File Search, Classification and Organization
  • Advanced, Multi-Stream File Synchronization
  • Rule-Based, Fault-Tolerant Data Migration
  • Advanced Storage Utilization Analysis
  • High-Speed, Multi-Stream File Copy
  • Duplicate Files Detection
  • Disk Space Clean-Up

Screenshot of FlexTK

Screenshot of FlexTK

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12 thoughts on “FlexTK Organizes Your Files”

  1. Mel says:

    Maybe this is what I need to be more organized. You would think it would be easier on a computer to organize files but it seems that everything in life takes some effort..

  2. Mel says:

    Maybe this is what I need to be more organized. You would think it would be easier on a computer to organize files but it seems that everything in life takes some effort..

  3. Mel says:

    Maybe this is what I need to be more organized. You would think it would be easier on a computer to organize files but it seems that everything in life takes some effort..

  4. Mel says:

    Maybe this is what I need to be more organized. You would think it would be easier on a computer to organize files but it seems that everything in life takes some effort..

  5. Stan says:

    “Any software promoted on mintywhite.com is always free. So there is no charge for this program.” But there is no free version of FlexTK that I can find .. Did I miss something??????

  6. Stan says:

    “Any software promoted on mintywhite.com is always free. So there is no charge for this program.” But there is no free version of FlexTK that I can find .. Did I miss something??????

  7. Stan says:

    “Any software promoted on mintywhite.com is always free. So there is no charge for this program.” But there is no free version of FlexTK that I can find .. Did I miss something??????

  8. Rich says:

    Some software vendors change their mind; this is out of my control. Sorry.

  9. Rich says:

    Some software vendors change their mind; this is out of my control. Sorry.

  10. Rich says:

    Some software vendors change their mind; this is out of my control. Sorry.

  11. Stan says:

    “Any software promoted on mintywhite.com is always free. So there is no charge for this program.” But there is no free version of FlexTK that I can find .. Did I miss something??????

  12. Rich says:

    Some software vendors change their mind; this is out of my control. Sorry.

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