Looking for a new and improved verion of the DOS TREE command

Posted on 2009-02-19
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Hello everyone,

I love the DOS "Tree" command but, I an looking for a replacement that adds a bit more information.

I run "TREE /A /F".
I get the traditional tree,  but with the names of all of the objects inside of each folder within the tree.
This is terrific as far as it goes.

I then pipe the output from Tree to a text file and use the text file to ensure that I have an accurate record of what objects were in what folders at a particular point in time.

What I'm looking for is something similar to the TREE command, but, it would also list information about each object in addition to the name.
IE: version number, size, creation date, etc.

It doesnt need to be DOS based.
A GUI application would do just as nicely.

Does anyone know of a utility that will provide something similar to the above ?

Thanks in advance for all response.

Ray in Wisconsin
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    Try this free program.  It gives you quite a number of options of what file details to list, and you can either print the output or direct it to a file:
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    by:Accidental Hyper-V Administrator
    EXACTLY what I was looking for.
    I can't thank you enough.

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