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Catalog allows you to find the file you're looking for without wearing out your disc drive (or your arm).
Catalog allows you to find the file you're looking for without wearing out your disc drive (or your arm). Simply pop in a disk, drop it onto Catalog, and watch as it is indexed – virtually representing every file and tons of information about it. Then, when you want to find the file, search for it in Catalog and you find out exactly where it is, even if the disc isn't in your drive.
Catalog is a program that enables you to catalog, browse, and search your volumes.
Catalog isn't supposed to feel like an extension of your disc browsing needs – rather it seamlessly blends offline disc browsing into your work environment. Browsing in Catalog feels just like browsing in the Finder – your files are right there in front of you. Once you find the file you want, just look to see where it is, pop in that disk, and open it up. Whether you are cataloging your backups, your music collection, family recipes, or your super secret world domination plans, Catalog will work exactly how it should.
Here are some key features of "Catalog":
Catalog, browse, search your volumes
Pop in a CD, index it, then you can browse and search it whenever you want -- even if it is not in your drive.
Catalog takes full advantage of Mac OS X to provide a truly intuitive and good looking experience.
In addition, Catalog sports features such as live filtering, speedy indexing, Finder-like browsing, and full Tiger compatibility.
You can save only 5 Indexes for test purposes.
Immense optimizations for intel users.
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