I think we're getting terms mixed up.
If I'm understanding you correctly, you just want a listing of the file system.
There's plenty of programs that do this for you. WinDirStat is probably my favorite but more geared toward finding space hogging files.
To get a simple listing of your file structure, simply open a command prompt by pressing the Windows Key on your keyboard and "R" at the same time. Type CMD to open a command prompt.
You can type
To return to root c: and then
to show all directories in paged format
to navigate to another directory, just type cd [whateverFolder]
Now, to get that listing you want, navigate to the desired directory and type:
tree /f > example.txt
and you'll now have a text file called "example.txt" showing all the contents of that directory.