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SpaceWatch 1.30

Scans directories and produces a file system report based upon its contents
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--- Description ---

This little utility scans ANY directory of your choice, and reports:

* 6 configurable preset buttons
* Number of files and subdirectories
* Total filesize
* The 20 biggest files, with their paths, icons and filesize
* Bytes used, bytes free and bytes total - for your system RAM,
as well as both storage cards!!!

It comes with handy buttons to allow quick scans of common folders - features 6
configurable presets.

It also has some options, such as excluding ROM files, or scanning for files
with a particular extension.

SpaceWatch only works on Windows CE 2.0. It has only been tested on the
HP 360LX and HP 620LX.

--- Usage Notes ---

To install, simply unzip the file, and copy the executable directly into your
H/PC. There is no setup program. Do not run the executable on your desktop PC!

The 'Total Used', 'Total Free' and 'Total Space' values shown are for the actual
storage card if you select 'Storage Card' or 'Storage Card 2'. Otherwise the
values shown are for the H/PC's allocated storage RAM.

The HPC compresses files stored in RAM, so the total size of the files may
actually be bigger than the total space used.

The Storage Cards stores stuff in clusters (like a PC's hard disk), so the total
space used will be bigger that the total size of the files.

When 'My Handheld PC' is selected, the program will scan EVERYTHING, including
whatever Storage Cards that is in use.

--- What's New ---

* New 'ListView' control to display the 20 biggest files, together with their icons

* Features a directory-picker that allows you to easily select a directory. No
need to type in a directory name anymore!
* 6 configurable preset buttons - pick your favourite directories for quick
* SpaceWatch now appears in the taskbar just like any other program
* Your settings are permanently stored - you don't loose them when you quit the
* Miscellaneous little tweaks and bug fixes

* No code change - just my site and e-mail addresses!

* Changed all the '/' (Unix style) for directory paths to '\' (Windows style).
Either one still works
* Changed the "Include sub-directories" to become "Exclude sub-directories"
* "Sub-dirs" now shows "Not scanned" when "Exclude sub-directories" are not
* If it can't find the directory - i.e. Storage Card - it'll say "Not found!"
instead of "Error!"
* Now appends a '\' to the end of the path if user omits it when entering path
* Made 'Scan' the default button in the 'Scan Other' dialog box - now just
has to enter the path and hit the 'Enter' key to start scanning instead of
having to tap on the Scan button
* Made 'done' the default button in the scan result window
* This readme file

* Fixed bug that causes an error while scanning the Storage Card. Only happens
if program encounters an empty directory on the Storage Card
* Now reports bytes used, bytes free and bytes total for each Storage Card, as
well as the HPC's storage space


storagespacefile systemdisk cleanup

License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://www.neutrio.com/wince/
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Popularity 1279
Total Downloads  30
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 18 January 2014


archival36 22 March 2022 at 7:51:25 PM
Accurately see the total size of your CF cards or cards in your PCMCIA adapter. It will hunt and display the biggest files you have. A must utility for Windows CE users.
torch 26 November 2022 at 6:59:25 AM
ARM binary located

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