Windows Explorer Tracker 2.0

"Windows Explorer Tracker" snapshot

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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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
TriSun Software Inc.
Price:
$19.99
File size:
1.07 Mb
Date added:
November 21, 2015
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Description from the Publisher
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.
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