You won't find much to impress you with this limited system-monitoring tool. File System Watcher's plain interface requires you to manually enter directories and filters to monitor; there's no browser option. As with much of this software's trial version, the option to start or stop the monitoring is disabled. Only two of the eight buttons, Delete App Log and Clear Preview, are enabled to manage activity logs, and none of the system tools is available. There's no help file to explain what benefits the Event View or Svc Console buttons provide, or to help you use the program. Novice users will want to avoid this unfriendly program, and advanced users will want a more flexible and powerful system-monitoring tool.
What's new in version 1
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedDecember 26, 2003
Operating SystemsWindows, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Additional RequirementsWindows 2000/XP, Microsoft .Net Framwork 1.1
Are you tied of spyware installing files on your system? Is some one deleting files from a computer or server without you knowing about it? This application will monitor the file system (NTFS) for any real time modifications (Created , Deleted, Renamed). It has file level, event logging and screen logging. It also has built in access to other utilities like (Dr. Watson32, Regedt32, Event Viewer, MMC, File System Management). You can run this against the local system (c:\), or against a network share that you have access to (\\computerName\ShareName).
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