I have a lot of (i.e., more than 10 000) documents on my PC that I want to organize in several Categories, based on their filenames. Most of the files have descriptive filenames such that they can be easily categorized solely on their names.
I thought of building an index of the words that appear in the filenames (yet, I don't know how to achieve this), then going through the index and choosing the most relevant words (this will be done manually) which will become the Category names for my files. Then, I want to automatically create folders based on these Category names and move the files (automatically) in these folders. When a file belongs to several Categories, I want to create NTFS HardLinks (rather than copy each file multiple times).
I use Windows 7. Do you know how I can best achieve this task?
I thought of using Everything (which can instantly display a list of all the files that have a given word in their filenames), but the major problem is that of getting the Category names (since first I need a list of all the words that appear in the filenames).