ID Directory Shield
Whenever you want to keep track of the changes of all the files on your personal computer, make sure you have a lot of spare time and patience. Proper management of your files and folders can be a real chore, especially considering the fact that changes of files and registries can mess up your plans. Fortunately, you ca always use software such as ID Directory Shield, a perfect application for you to keep constant track of all your files and folders. Actually, the ID Directory Shield application automates all your files based tasks, saving you a lot of time and effort. By monitoring one directory that you select, the software will track it and if any changes occur, it will automatically save a copy of the file into a selected location. In addition, our ID Directory Shield can backup and restore the changes in case you make a mistake this will help you save important information stored on your files and folders. Main features Keeping track of changes to monitored folders Keeping track of changes to monitored files Keeping track of changes to monitored services Keeping track of changes to monitored registries Backup and restore the changes Save and load the configurations Predefined triggers for all watches When a change occurs in one of the selected directories, the ID Directory Shield automatically starts to run the tasks that you have previously selected. Select the directory you want monitored, choose from several tasks and let ID Directory Shield operate all the folder related tasks. A series of automated tasks are ready to support you in managing your files and folders, in a flexible and powerful manner. It is the deal help for any busy professional, we guarantee Constant monitoring with ID Directory Shield is a great thing for any PC user, as our software detects immediately any change, as it happens and notifies you.
Operating Sytem: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista
Size: 3149 kb
Date Submitted: 2009-11-25