Collapsible explorer/browser for windows TREE command output


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If I want to inspect the file system structure on a computer to which I do not have access I ask somebody to send me a 'tree' file using the TREE command

tree /A /F > tree.txt

This creates a file with an ascii text representation of the tree structure

Example attached

It is useful but it is a static text file. You can look at the tree but you cannot collapse branches of the tree to make exploration easier.

It would be great if there were a tool that could read a tree file from windows and then present a collapsible tree structure.

Does such a tool exist?

Or is there any other way to get a collapsible browsable copy of a filesystem tree structure of a machine to which you do not have access



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