NTFSLinksView - View NTFS symbolic links and junction points

Monday, August 11, 2014

Starting from Windows Vista, Microsoft uses symbolic links and junction points of NTFS file system in order to make changes in the folders structure of Windows and keep the compatibility of applications written for older versions of Windows. This utility simply shows you a list of all symbolic links and junctions in the specified folder, and their target paths. It also allows you to save the symbolic links/junctions list into text/html/xml/csv file.
Using NTFSLinksView 

NTFSLinksView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - NTFSLinksView.exe When you run NTFSLinksView, press the Go button, and then the main window will display the list of all NTFS symbolic links/junction points in your profile folder. If you want to view the NTFS links in other folders, simply type the folder path in the top text-box and press enter (or click the 'Go' button).

If you want to scan your entire drive, type 'C:\' in the folder text box and choose Infinite subfolder depth.

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