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Windows Explorer Tracker

Track and Record Activity in Windows Explorer

$29.99
v2.0 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1/10, 32 & 64-bit both.
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If your organization relies on tracking which people or program does what to data, you absolutely need to know about today’s discount software promotion, Windows Explorer Tracker! It’s the perfect tool for creating an audit trail and reinforcing accountability in your company.

Windows Explorer Tracker lets you track and record file operations in Windows Explorer, including deletion, renaming, creation, and more. With Windows Explorer Tracker, you’ll be able to monitor what happens to files stored folders, drives, and on storage media, plus have the ability to quickly load history logs.

Need to investigate the evolution of a particular file folder over time? Just use Windows Explorer Tracker to save operations by date to conveniently build a timeline. Not only that, but Windows Explorer Tracker also allows you to enter the start and end date of a particular time window to see everything that happened under Windows Explorer during that period.

This promotion includes the following:
Windows Explorer Tracker - Singe License (1 PC) with Lifetime Upgrades v2.0 ($29.99)
Windows Explorer Tracker - Personal License (3 PC) with Lifetime Upgrades v2.0 ($39.99)
Windows Explorer Tracker - Home License (10 PCs) with Lifetime Upgrades v2.0 ($49.99)
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Michael R. What about file-changes done not with Widows Explorer, e.g. cmd,exe or DirectoryOpus, ...?
Mar 5 2018 at 6:09am Copy Link
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TSS Support @Michael R.

Yes, works with third-party programs.

In fact, "Windows Explorer Tracker" is just a name.
You can see the description at its home page:
"Monitor/Track Windows Activity".

Hope this helps.

TSS
TriSun Software - Mar 5 2018 at 7:36pm Copy Link
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Richard Blake http://www.trisunsoft.com...r-tracker/ says
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"Supports File, Folder, Drive and Storage Media"
I understand operations on files and folders.
But what kinds of operations, that might be done in Windows Explorer or another application, are done on a drive (or storage medium)?
This program does not track operations that create, resize or delete partitions or that format volumes, does it?
And what is the difference between 'Drive' and 'Storage Media'? Does either term mean a partition?
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"Supports 'Delete', 'Rename', 'Create', 'Insert', 'Add' and 'Remove' Operations"
What is the difference between Create and Add?
... between Delete and Remove?
What is an Insert operation?

I see no mention of Move operation (with optional rename) for example
C:\xxx> move myfile.txt e:\takehome
C:\xxx> move myfile.txt e:\takehome\myfile20180306.txt
C:\Logs> move March Old\2017March
to move directory C:\Logs\March to C:\Logs\Old\2017March

And to confirm, operations on files that I perform from cmd.exe are tracked?
Thanks.
Mar 6 2018 at 6:58pm Copy Link
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