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Memory monitoring utility
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Status-A system tray memory & power watcher for WindowsCE 1.0.
A tiny icon keeps track of free storage and system space,
displaying percentage free of each.
The icon also displays power remaining in the main batteries.

How to Use
Click on the icon to see more details, choose a display option
for battery power, or to close the app.
Battery status is shown as a percentage, or, if the H/PC does not
provide that information, by an icon:
Good: \/ (Tick, checkmark)
Fair: ~
Poor: X
Unknown: ?

On the NEC H/PC the inverted display of battery status
does not work. (the NEC has a weird screen set up).

It's small, it's useful and it's free. I wrote it because I wanted it,
and as a nostalgic nod towards Mr Petzold - my first Windows
program was a version of Freemem for 3.1 adapted from
Petzold's "Programming Windows" - oh, those were the days...
Display is updated every 2 seconds.

Installation Instructions

Copy the appropriate executable. I suggest putting the
executable, or a shortcut to it, in the startup folder.

No other files are necessary.


battery monitormemory monitor

License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://www.xwrl.com
Not working? Try this website on the WayBack Machine
Released 14 November 1997
Language Support English
Popularity 1153
Total Downloads  36
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 30 March 2014


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