WizTree 3.00 (31 August 2017)
■ 64 bit version now available. The 64 bit version can work with extremely large MFT files.
■ "Allocated Size" now displayed for each file/directory. This is the amount of actual disk space used by the file including any additional
named data streams attached to the file.
■ NTFS "Hard Links" now supported. A hard link is an identical copy of an existing file where the file contents use the same area on the disk
for storage (to save space). If WizTree detects a hard link the allocated file size will be displayed in parentheses in gray text. Hard linked files
sizes are only added once when calculating "Allocated Size" totals and sub totals. This will give a 100% accurate total of the actual disk space used
by folders that contain many hard linked files (such as C:WindowsSystem32 and C:WindowsWinSxS)
■ (Note that hard links can only be detected on NTFS drives when WizTree is running with admin rights)
■ A selected file count and total size appears in the status bar
■ Hover over any file to have the full name displayed in the status bar
■ MFT dump now appends volume information (bytes per cluster, sector, MFT record etc) to the end of the MFT file data. WizTree now reads this
information from the MFT file if it's available instead of making any assumptions which if wrong would lead to incorrect MFT parsing.
■ Background file monitoring for deleted files now uses a different more robust method. If WizTree detects that a file or directory has been
deleted it will put a red line through it and remove it from the totals.
■ File view filtering is now even faster than before
■ Fixed some UI glitches when selecting files via keyboard on the File view
■ WizTree can now handle drives containing highly fragmented MFT files
■ MFT processing has been optimised so WizTree is even faster than it was before!
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