Fortunately, there’s more.
That gear icon to the left isn’t the regular Settings dialog you’d expect, but actually provides more ways to configure the viewer.
There are options to hide individual columns, sort by specific fields, display the totals of each field in the top row, even build a pivot table to better analyze complex data.
There’s a simple filter system, too. Choose a column (Price), set up a condition (>= 100), add more conditions (Item is not null), decide whether you’re combining these with AND or OR and the view updates accordingly.
Tad is a free tool for Windows, Linux and Mac.