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storing file and folder information

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I'm looking for a way to store the folder and file information for an entire disk. I don't want to store the files themselves, just the info you'd see in windows explorer.  
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You mean just file and folder names and each location.

If so you could use serialization, you would to make a collection class that support serialization and child nodes like the treeview.

i think you could inherit from the TreeViewCollection and make changes in order to serialize it.

you could write this to an xml file and then deserialize it.

in your app.
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