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SpaceLeft 2.0

Freeware
SpaceLeft is a program which aims to show the amount of free area
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Description

SpaceLeft is a program which aims to show the amount of free area of
flash cards which are inserted in (Compact) PC Card slots. SpaceLeft
is provided as a free software.

The features of SpaceLeft are as follows:

1) Small and simple

This program provides a very simple feature to show the free area.
This program occupies just 10 or more kilo bytes in program size. It
is so simple that it does not provides additional features such as
residing in the task tray.

2) Two choices, that is, exe file or control panel applet

You can choose from the two according to your preference.

3) Visual output

The usage ratio of storage is shown visually using bar graph.

4) Configuration for the PC Card folders

For European/Japanese Windows CE users, the folder name which
represents the PC Card is configurable.

5) No need for MFC

Because SpaceLeft does not use MFC. This makes SpaceLeft quite small.

Tags

Disk SpaceUtility

   
License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
Website http://geocities.co.jp/siliconvalley-paloalto/5006/index-e.html
This link is no longer available on the World Wide Web and will attempt to load via the WayBack Machine
   
Released 26 January 2000
Language Support English
Popularity 2582
Total Downloads  1
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 04 February 2024

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