Date-based file manager

runs on Windows
screenshot of Nemo Documents

Sometimes when you're looking for files on your Windows system, you're most interested in their names. Windows Explorer is the tool to use here, since its default is to list documents and images in name order. But there are other ways to look at the world. Maybe you're interested in files you used last Tuesday instead. Yes, you can search on dates as well, but maybe there's a better way to go here.

Nemo Documents is a file manager that follows the idiom of the calendar. That means that you can see all the files you accessed on a particular day in a glance. This tool recognizes Office files, like those from Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as PDFs, various image and video files, and more. Now instead of having to remember what that file was called, you can look for it based on when you used it last, and sometimes that's a lot easier.

You can grab a copy of Nemo Documents for free. It's a Windows app and should be compatible with most systems.

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One Response to “Date-based file manager”

  1. obet says:

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