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Kilmist Storage Analyzer for Pocket PC
Posted on 11-Sep-2003 07:22 | Tags Filed under: Software


Kilmist Storage Analyzer for Pocket PC
Pocket PCs allow us to accomplish many challenging tasks and be productive no matter where we are - in the office or out traveling. But Pocket PCs run with limited resources, especially storage space/memory, so it pays to keep your Pocket PC clean and nimble by monitoring the storage space allocation and usage. Kilmist Storage Analyzer makes storage space management an easy affair on the Pocket PC by providing both graphical and textual interfaces. Run Kilmist Storage Analyzer occasionally to recollect the garbage space and improve performance of your Pocket PC. Kilmist Storage Analyzer takes up just 130 KB of storage space on your Pocket PC, yet provides an invaluable Pocket PC tool.

Kilmist Storage Analyzer provides a one-stop solution to monitor, manage and manipulate the allocation of Main memory, Program memory, Storage space, Storage cards, Databases, Largest files, and Duplicate files in the system, Storage space allocation by folder and Storage space allocation by file type.


More information: http://www.kilmist.com...




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