CDFinder is a disk catalog tool for Mac OS that creates catalogs from any CD-ROM, hard disk, floppy, ZIP or anything else that spins.
It's fast with powerful search functions.
Browse your catalog files offline, and import or export your existing DiskWizard and FindIt catalog files, or parts of them. The program handles large amounts of data, can read StuffIt and Compact Pro archive files. It works well in a networked environment.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Requirements are: Mac OS X, a Power PC Macintosh and 4MB free memory.
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