GiPo@MoveOnBoot - copying/moving/renaming/deleting files and folders on the next system boot; GiPo@DirMonitor - monitoring changes in the file system; GiPo@Mount - local folders substitution and local/remote drives mounting; and others.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: GiPo@FileUtilities is a set of utilities for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP that provide many useful services:
GiPo@MoveOnBoot - copying/moving/renaming/deleting files and folders on the next system boot.
GiPo@DirMonitor - monitoring changes in the file system.
GiPo@Mount - local folders substitution and local/remote drives mounting.
GiPo@ReadTest - checking files and folders for read errors.
Utilities can be integrated into shell.
Copies, moves or deletes files on the next system boot. The utility is very useful when the user needs to replace or delete files which are locked by other applications, loaded into the memory or just cannot be changed until next system boot.
File system changes monitoring utility for Windows NT/2000/XP. It allows to select the folder and to customize the monitoring settings for the specified folder (the event list to process and some other options). The program can also monitor changes in subfolders if necessary. This program can work in background and generates the HTML log of file system changes.
Provides advanced substitutional and mounting services. It allows to substitute a local folder for a drive letter and to attach a local or remote drive to an empty folder on an NTFS volume.
Checks files and folders for read errors. This kind of test is useful for those who need to write data to different types of media (floppies or CDR/CDRW/DVDRW/etc) and want to ensure that the written data is OK. The program allows selecting the file or folder to check. The program can also check subfolders of the specified folder(s) if necessary.
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