Tracks/traces/monitors and records the operations in Windows Explorer automatically, such as "Delete", "Rename", "Create", "Insert", "Add" and "Remove" actions of files, folders, drives and storage media.
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Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
1Tree Basic 4.0 1Tree Basic lets you quickly see/get all directories/files size in 1 tree, so as to let you to do the manual disk cleaning work easily. It loads drives, folders and files with their sizes (sorted by size), and provides you with the common commands.
Description: Windows Explorer Tracker is used to trace/monitor and record the operations in Windows Explorer automatically, such as "Delete", "Rename", "Create", "Insert", "Add" and "Remove" actions of files, folders, drives and storage media, you can also use it to track and record operations on remote host via the mapped network drives. It logs the original operations in some .log files, and names them by date so as to manage them conveniently. You can quickly load the history logs by specifying the start and end date on its main interface, manage the log files in Windows Explorer, find the specific operations and permanently delete history operations in log files. At last, you can set the display format of operation date and time on the Options interface. As above, if you need to retrace the Windows Explorer steps on a regular basis might find it useful.
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