In library and information science, cataloging is the process of creating metadata representing information resources, such as books, sound recordings, moving images, etc.
-- WIkipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
Catalog is a free, open-source file manager application. It helps organize files on local drives by adding categories to files. Users get the same user interface to manage their files on different platforms. Catalog is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac. The application requires neither internet connection, nor user's registration to run on desktop devices.
Web Clipper browser extension
The Web Clipper browser extension is an optional companion to the Desktop application, It offers the ability to capture screenshots from websites for later reference.
Digital file organization using folders is inefficient due to limitations of the folder concept itself. Catalog offers an alternative way to organize files using a concept of categories instead. Unlike the folder to file relationship of one-to-many, Catalog implements a relationship of many-to-many between a category and a file.
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