Callback File System 6.0

"Callback File System" snapshot

With Callback File System component you can create your own file system within the application you develop and expose this file system to Windows as a virtual disk or a folder on the existing disk.

Software information
Platform:
Windows Vista/XP/Server
Publisher:
Tony Steel
Price:
$7526
File size:
32.92 Mb
Date added:
February 8, 2014
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Description from the Publisher
With Callback File System you can create your own file system within your application and expose this file system to Windows as a virtual disk or a folder on existing disk. Callback File System provides a kernel-mode driver, which calls your application when it needs to perform some file system operation, and a user-mode API for use by your application. And your application can expose generic data as a file system to third-party processes.
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