Archive free download for Mac


11 May 2018

Disk catalog and file management program.


Archive catalogs the content of your devices so you can quickly find the information you are looking for. Key features include:

  • Fast catalog engine:
    Archive rapidly catalogs the contents of whatever removable media or device you select.
  • Quick searching:
    Find files from one or all of your catalogs as you type. You can even save your search.
  • Sidebar for easy access:
    Archive provides a central location to select your devices, catalogs, and saved searches.
  • Detailed info:
    Archive displays file names, locations, creation & modified dates, size, and labels.*
  • Home sweet home:
    Save time and space by having Archive catalog only the home folder of your startup device(s).
  • File launching:
    Found what you were looking for? Insert the device and Archive can launch it for you.**
  • Catalog update & renaming:
    If you select a device already in your catalogs, Archive offers to update or rename the catalog.*
  • Multi-column browsing:
    Can't remember what you called a file? Archive lets you easily browse your catalog contents.
  • Upgrade Offer:
    Registered Archive 5 users, enter your existing code in the registration window and click "Verify" for a special discount.
  • Built on Framework 2.0.4:
    Many of the great features in our application framework can be found in this product.
  • Archive 5 catalog import:
    Don't have time to catalog your devices right away? Quickly import your old catalog data.

What's new in Archive

Version 8.0:
  • Bug fixes and other improvements.

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3 Reviews of Archive

30 April 2018
Version: 7.0.4

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12 December 2011
Version: 7.0
I took the plunge and find Archive very limiting with few features and options compared to CDFinder. For instance you can only view in column mode, there is no icon or list view. At this stage of development I wouldn't waste my money on Archive and would purchase CDFinder, which has been updated and refined for many years. This is why there isn't a demo available,it doesn't compare to the competition.
11 December 2011
Version: 7.0
Since Archive is now available only/exclusively via the Crap App Store, how could it possibly be compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x? Sad there is no demo.