The Tree Shot is a system utility for maintaining file system shots. The application is able to create
a shot of any media - hard disk, flash disk, network disk, removable disk (diskette or ZIP) or even
RAM disk. You may share your shots with other people by sending shot file to them via email or
any other way. Other useful side of use is fast search - you may create a shot file with hundreds
of your CDs and DVDs and perform file search at all of them in few seconds.
The main features of the Tree Shot is a small size, fast scanning speed, small production file sizes.
Indeed for 60 Gb local hard disk with about 20000 folders and about 200000 files it takes about a
minute to create a tree shot; after saving generated tree shot file takes about 3,5 Mb; after this all,
it still can be compressed via ZIP up to 900 Kb (!) - and this 900 Kb is storing all the file system tree
of local disk (it can fit to a diskette freely).
Starting from Version 2.0 Tree Shot supports unicode. If you have used previous version of
the program and have a lot of .tshots created in previous version of the program -- it is
possible to open all of them using Tree Shot 2.0. But not all .tshots created in 2.0 version
will be able to open in Tree Shot 1.0.
The Tree Shot will work OK on the following minimal hardware and software configuration:
- 128 Mb RAM
- 1 Mb free disk space
- Intel Pentium II 200 MHz
- Microsoft Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista
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