Disc Catalog and File Search Engine Software for Windows

Create a catalog of all your discs, files, and folders: automatically grab ID3 and Exif tags, picture thumbnails inlcluding RAW photo files, expand archives, ISO files, and more. No typing needed!

Find files in seconds no matter how big your catalog is.

Try WinCatalog 2024 for free, download a free trial edition for Windows:

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Free, full-featured 30-day trial version. If you have not purchased a licence key - read-only mode after 30 days.

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Catalog all your discs, files, and folders automatically

Let WinCatalog scan your discs just once and it will remember all the details!

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Browse and organize your catalog

Manage your disc catalog by using categories or virtual folders. Create and assign tags. Browse using the grid or thumbnails view modes.

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Search instantly

Find exactly what you want by searching using natural search queries, wildcards, or logical search operators.

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Real customers say:

"Excellent software! Thank you for sticking to conventional look & feel as much as possible — it makes the program very intuitive to use. Also, the nested virtual folders alone are worth the money — no one else seems to understand or implement this feature correctly."

James Lohman

"Best Database Disc Catalog Software I have Ever Used"

Don Evelyn

"Good software for cataloging discs of any kinds!! CD’s DVD’s Bluerays hard drives, USB drives, SD’s, just about any and all used it for years here in our recording studios!!"

Kerry Spencer

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WinCatalog 2024 for Windows 5 out of 5 based on 979 votes.

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For Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP.

Latest version: 2024.7.5 (June 12, 2024)

Free, full-featured 30-day trial version. If you have not purchased a licence key - read-only mode after 30 days.

Available Interface Languages: English (default), Český, Dansk, Deutsch, Español Europeo & Español Latino, Français, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands, Polski, Português Brasileiro & Portugal, Română, Slovak, Slovenski, Suomi, Svenska, Türkçe, العربية (Arabic), Bahasa Indonesia, Русский, Ελληνικά, 한국어, 日本人, 中文

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  • All minor upgrades within 2024 version
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  • 90-day money back guarantee

WinCatalog 2024 Personal

$31.96   $39.95

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WinCatalog 2024 Professional

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How WinCatalog Disc Catalog Software works

WinCatalog Disc Catalog Software scans your CDs, DVDs, and other types of discs like internal or removable HDDs, USB drives, and remembers all the folders, files, and some additional info about your files such as ID3 for music or Exif tags, thumbnails for video and pictures, contents of the archives and ISO files, parts of text files, tags from saved web pages, etc.

The main purpose of WinCatalog Disc Catalog Software is to give an ability to browse and search through your disc collection even if the original discs are off-line and not connected to your computer at the moment.

For example, your files can be located on a removable hard drive, on a shared network folder, or burned on a CD, DVD, or a Blu-ray disc and you will still have the ability to find files with WinCatalog Disc Catalog Software and even preview their attributes, including picture thumbnails, before inserting or connecting any disc to the computer.

Alternatively (if you do not use WinCatalog Disc Catalog Software), in order to find a file you would need to connect CDs, DVDs or another discs or insert media one-by-one to find a specific file.

Basically, WinCatalog Disc Catalog Software saves your time and efforts in finding files wherever they are located.

WinCatalog 2024 Disc Catalog Software Screenshots

* Screenshots were made under Windows 10 (WinCatalog as a desktop app)

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