SizeWise is a disk, memory and resource monitor for Windows 95. You can set up a monitor for any hard drive, removable drive (except floppies), CD-ROM drive, or network drive on you system.
You can also set up a monitor for memory or system resources.
While Version 1.01 supported the OSR2 release of Windows95 (this is the release that added FAT32 support), Version 1.02 supports and has been tested with Windows 98.
SizeWise now also supports Windows NT 4.0 or greater.
Each monitor has an indicator that appears on the system tray (right-most part of the task bar). This uses very little screen space but is visible whenever the task bar is visible, which is most of the time.
The indicator can be an LED type, or a level meter type. Any time you want a quick update of the status of the monitor, just place your mouse cursor over the indicator. If you want more detail, just double click the indicator.
You can set the alarm points for each indicator. When the alarm point is reached you will get a dialog with hints on what to do to solve the problem.
Context-sensitive help is extensive so there is no need for a manual.
If you like small, fast, useful system tools, SizeWise should fit the bill.
System requirements: 60MHz or greater Intel compatible processor, Windows 95 greater or Windows NT 4.0 or greater, 4Mb RAM, 1Mb disk space.
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