MS DOS had a very easy command “dir > prn”, which could easily print the list of all files and sub-directories in a directory to the printer. Unfortunately Windows does not have any such default built-in command.
But still there are situations, when a Windows user want to list, print or save the list of files and sub-folders contained in a folder. At times you may also like to compare the contents of the files contained in two folders for which you may have to save the list.
GetFolder is one such freeware utility, which allows you to do the job perfectly. It allows you to save the content of a windows folder in any of the four formats like csv, txt, html or xml. You can then manipulate or print the saved data in any manner you like.