Windows Explorer Tracker 2.0 was available as a giveaway on February 9, 2016!
Windows Explorer Tracker is used to trace/monitor and record the operations in Windows Explorer automatically, such as "Delete", "Rename", "Create", "Insert", "Add" and "Remove" actions of files, folders, drives and storage media. You can also use it to track and record operations on remote host via the mapped network drives. It logs the original operations in some .log files and names them by date.
Windows XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10 (x32/x64)
Provides proper reminders to reduce your RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) risk. It offers multi-type break reminders such as micro-break, stretch, eye exercises and walk, based on your PC usage model, and all settings are configurable.
Quickly finds the duplicate files on your drives relied on file contents, and you can remove the unwanted files as you expect, so as to recover your valuable disk space, reduce the management costs and avoid the unnecessary confusion.
Lets you quickly see all drives/directories/files size in 1 tree view, so as to let you to do the manual disk cleaning work easily. Supports to operate the resources in batch mode.
A full-featured date time calculator, get result date, days between dates and more.
Advanced Recent Access is designed to see and open more recent used resources (files and directories). And you can see more properties of the recent resources, such as path, size, type, date modified and date created.