PzDB is a database program, originally for Poser and Daz Studio stuff only. It can function as a powerful replacement for the Poser Library, but it will also allow you to organize your other files as well: sound, video, Lightwave, Maya, Hexagon . . .
You point it at your runtimes, it scans the files, creates keywords, creates relationships between files based on those keywords, and where possible, also organizes the files into groups. (Victoria 1-4 is a set of pre-made groups, so you can organize all of your Victoria 3 stuff, for example.) You can fine-tune the results by creating your own keywords, and creating your own groups. You can associate a keyword with one or more groups so that any item with that keyword is automatically placed in that group or groups. (You could associate a keyword of “Trek” with an “SF” group, a “Trek” group, and a “TV shows” group, for example, and then search within that group, which speeds up searches considerably compared with searching the entire database.) You can do searches on multiple keywords, and you can also exclude keywords, so you can search for Rand and exclude brand and grand, thus avoiding hits on western tools and pianos.
It can track multiple runtimes, on multiple hard drives, on network drives, and even on removable drives, although I haven’t tested the latter, not having much use for the feature myself. Some of the features it has are things I suggested be added. [preening]
One of its limitations is that it is written in MSAccess, so there is no Mac version. :-(
I use it in preference to the Poser Library because it is more powerful, more versatile, and I can customize it more easily. I’ve been using it since version 1.0 a few years ago. But I’m not an employee, don’t get any commissions, and I’m biased. Feel free to discount the fact I consider it the best thing since sliced bread. [grin]
Hope that helps. If you’re interested and have more questions, you can PM me or visit their site.