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Using Windows Explorer, printing a list of files is hard work – in fact, it’s almost impossible. Wouldn’t it be great if we could print out a list of all the files present on any folder or any number of subfolders like when we used to do with MS-DOS? Fortunately there is a fast and efficient utility that fills the gap for Microsoft – YourDir it’s called! That “unsupported-freeware-take-it-as-it-is” software (as described by its creators), is used to print a Windows directory or folder structure and optionally the file listing or even create a Jpeg image file of that structure as shown below:

PROS: The utility is portable (doesn’t need installation), extremely easy to use, can be added at the Windows Explorer commands via the context menu (right click on the main display) and it’s free!!!

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7 thoughts on “Print Windows Folder Structure with YourDir”

  1. Pedro Oliveira says:

    Yes this is a good utility!

    For other alternative we have in W7 the tool “%windir%system32SnippingTool.exe”.

    Thanks!

  2. Pedro Oliveira says:

    Yes this is a good utility!

    For other alternative we have in W7 the tool “%windir%system32SnippingTool.exe”.

    Thanks!

  3. Pedro Oliveira says:

    Yes this is a good utility!

    For other alternative we have in W7 the tool “%windir%system32SnippingTool.exe”.

    Thanks!

  4. RSVR85 says:

    I like the idea of being able to get a image a the directory. Otherwise i just use;

    cd mydirectory

    dir /w > dirprint.txt

  5. RSVR85 says:

    I like the idea of being able to get a image a the directory. Otherwise i just use;

    cd mydirectory

    dir /w > dirprint.txt

  6. RSVR85 says:

    I like the idea of being able to get a image a the directory. Otherwise i just use;

    cd mydirectory

    dir /w > dirprint.txt

  7. Thanks for sharing your review as well as the download link.

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