SpaceMonger

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SpaceMonger

#1 Post by XPect » Mon Jul 03, 2006 12:02 am

SpaceMonger is a tool for keeping track of the free space on your computer.
It's like windirstat in more visual and powerfull.

Last version is 1.40 but you can already download the 2.1RC2 (very stable) from location below.
http://www.werkema.com/software/spacemonger.html
Extract with Universal extractor and copy the files from the apps rep.

The application can be made portable by deleting the install.txt in the app rep. By doing so, the settings will be writed in an xml file in the config rep.

Regards

[Mod Note: www.sixty-five.cc website where SpaceMonger resided is gone; see these links for alternatives:

https://web.archive.org/web/20121126062 ... sm/v1x.php
http://www.aplusfreeware.com/categories ... onger.html]

[2021-02-16 Mod Note2: FTR, here's the full changelog.

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Between 1.3.5 and 1.4.0
   * Internals rewritten to support multiple foreign langauges.
     Currently foreign language support exists for British English,
     American English, and French (possibly with grammar errors).
   * Supports popup info-tips that can display the full filename, the
     icon, the date, size, and attributes of any file or folder.
   * Supports popup name-tips that prevent names from being obscured
     by not having enough space to display them.
   * Open dialog box now uses large icons.
   * Includes rollover boxes that highlight the current folder.
   * Files display their sizes and dates if there is enough room.
   * Option to save the current window position.
   * Fixed zero-size bug that caused divide-by-zero errors with some
     Audio CD disks.
   * Minor changes to color palette to handle rollover boxes.
   * Support for Windows Property dialog box.
   * Numerous other bug fixes.
   * Support for Windows NT junction points.

Between 1.3.4 and 1.3.5
   * Toolbar buttons gray out when you can't use them.
   * Setup option to disable the "Delete" button.
   * Fixed size-computation routine that was oversizing
      files on some systems.
   * Double-clicking on files runs or opens them; double-clicking
      on folders zooms in on them.
   * Scanning now includes a percent bar so you can tell how
      long it's taking.

Between 1.3.0 and 1.3.4
   * Major speed improvements using new memory manager subsystem.
      Runs twice as fast and uses half the memory of 1.3.0.
   * Better display of free space information.
   * Right-click opens a pop-up menu of options.
   * Double-click zooms in on a folder.
   * Few minor bug-fixes.
   * Replaced old "Scanning..." window with a better one.

Between 1.2.0 and 1.3.0
   * Added the Setup button with a whole bunch of new options.
   * Internal bug-fixes to scanning routine.

Between 1.0.2 and 1.2.0
   * Lots of stuff.  1.1.0 was never released.  New buttons,
      new look, better code.  Replaced most of what's under
      the hood.
   * 1.2.0 was released for private use only.

Between 1.0.0 and 1.0.2
   * Miscellaneous bug fixes.
   * Added "Zoom In" and "Zoom Out" buttons.
   * Added "Run or Open" and "
'README.TXT' file archived to: https://pastebin.com/McvW7fn1]

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