If you have ever needed to print out a folder hierarchy in Windows this is for you. Go to the command line (Start > Run > cmd), traverse to the folder you want to list out (ie: cd c:/reallysweetfolder/) and type tree.
Your view will look something like this:
├───Browsers │ ├───Minefield │ ├───Mozilla Firefox │ ├───Mozilla Firefox 2 Beta 2 │ └───Other │ ├───Mozilla Firefox │ ├───Netscape4 │ └───Opera
Now, of course you’d want to throw in some options (display files in the folders and list it out in ASCII characters) and export this to a text file right? Well, just type:
tree /f /a >c:/myFolderList.txt
Here’s the help for reference:
Graphically displays the folder structure of a drive or path.
TREE [drive:][path] [/F] [/A]
/F Display the names of the files in each folder.
/A Use ASCII instead of extended characters.