Where Is It? is designed to be the best media cataloging tool available on the shareware market today. It is a successor of successful DOS program Floppy Master, extending its capabilities to new and larger media storage devices and providing even more comprehensive access to stored data.
- Added support for processing ISO images with UDF version 2.0x and 2.5/2.6 file systems
- Added ability to extract GPS geo-tagging data from EXIF records, affecting all plugins and file types with EXIF support
- Added new description plugin for handling MOBI e-books format
- Minor adjustments to handling specific types of RAR archives, for example multi-volume RAR archives with some missing parts
- Minor updates to the IMDB plugin for the latest set of changes on IMDB web site
- Other miscellaneous minor adjustments and improvements
Reviewing 2011.622 (Aug 19, 2011)
It does what it says and is worth the penny.
Reviewing 2010.714 (Jul 15, 2010)
This is a nice program. It's elegant, and well done in every way. However, I just don't get the relevance or usefulness of Where Is It. Programs like Everything are free, ligntining fast, and do all the file finding and wrangling I could possibly want.
Reviewing 2010.502 (May 11, 2010)
I like the fact that it supports unicode encodings on all Unicode-capable Windows operating systems.
Reviewing 2010.218 (Mar 11, 2010)
I have tested this software and it was much faster and has more options then advanced disk catalog for example. Where is it works fine for me under windows 7 x64 as well.
BUT! after intensive testing I decided to buy the software and support the author. The orderingprocess was a mess! Robert Galle (the coder of where is it) seems to be a sick paranoid. Let me explain. If you order a (cheaper) online license to have to use a emailadress like this "firstname.lastname@example.org". Freemailservices are not accepted! After my first try to order a online license for 39$ I got "blacklisted" because "my user details are invalid". Wow! You (and I did so too) have to input all your private data _even_ a phonenumber (but he himself does not offer one on his website / domaindetails) is required! (just to remember, here we talk about a software that is (mostly?) for private users and 40$ cheap!). Anyway. First try failed. Then second try. I ordered a CD-ROM (+6$) because if you choose this option you can use freemailadress (that I use for example for paypal too). Guess what happend...? YES! Again the order was rejected because of blacklisted userdata. (Tried to contact the author via mail, no answer! (maybe because he has blacklisted all freemailproviders!?)).
Mister Robert Galle, your software is a good one but the "service" you offer for ordering is maximum user unfriendly, paranoid and sick! So what to do now? Searching the web for a manipulated / pirated version? Maybe the author want this! GOOD SOFTWARE, BULLs*** SERVICE!
Reviewing 2010.104 (Jan 5, 2010)
Everything else is a toy compared to Where-Is-It. Its feature-set puts it way beyond simply cataloging your cds and dvds. I would be lost without it.