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Xinorbis 8.3.1 Multilingual

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Xinorbis is a simple but powerful hard disk, folder and storage analyzer for use by anyone from the casual user up to network administrators.. It uses a sophisticated mix of graphs, tables and tree displays to give a complete overview of the contents of any hard disk, folder, removable or network drive. It makes it easy to see the contents, structure, file distribution and file composition of a whole hard disk, folder, or mapped network drive. Includes full report creation.




Using a sophisticated mix of graphs, tables, and tree displays, Xinorbis gives the user a complete overview of the contents of a hard disk, folder, removable or network drive.

It makes it easy to see the contents, structure and file distribution and file composition of a whole hard disk, directory, or mapped network drive. Xinorbis Includes full report creation and is bundled with the Be.HexEditor and options to view a file within the hex editor have been added to all relevant popup-menus.

Several additions have been made to Xinorbis to make it operate more efficiently as a "portable application," for more information see the help pages.

Xinorbis supports seamless integration with SQlite3 or ODBC for its Folder History data archive. Compare the contents of a hard drive or folder at any time or date.

· Analyse a single drive, folder or merge several together in one report
· View the results by file type, attributes, size, user (owner) and date
· The Folder History feature allows you to compare the contents of a folder or drive at times and dates
· In-bullt powerful search engine (+ save results to a file or clipboard)
· Find duplicate files (by name and size)
· Complex report generation (with many user customisations) with export to HTML, ASCII, CSV or XML
· Save reports and tables for later comparison or for inclusion in other documents
· Shell support, scan a directory through Windows Explorer


OS: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP


Changelog: http://xinorbis.com/xinorbis/changelog.txt

8.3.1 (26th February, 2020)

- Added: New Search manual. I've dumped the web-based search help system and replaced it with a lovely new and updated manual. Updating all of this content is just taking too much time. This new way forward will save me time and ensure everything is up-to-date.
- Added: Xinorbis will not count virtual or offline files when calculating sizes of folders/categories/etc. It is still possible to search for them and they will be included in reports, and other exported data.
- Added: Added a toggle for the above, a button next to the Folder History toggle. By default all virtual/offline files are ignored. Without this toggle it would be impossible to scan the root folder for such services as OneDrive or Dropbox where the folder is 100% virtual.       
- Added: Several new file attribute types to the Type tab of Folder Properties: RECALLONOPEN, RECALLONDATAACCESS, and OFFLINE. These are used to represent various types of virtual file not present on the file system.
- Added: "Ignore virtual files" option to Exclude Folder dialog. This will ignore any file with either of these file attributes present: RECALLONOPEN, RECALLONDATAACCESS, and OFFLINE.
- Added: Checkbox on the Map page to enable/disable highlighting mode.

- Fixed: A couple of places where the new colour scheme wasn't implemented 100%. Black text on dark grey is not fun! File Ages and Search Wizard.    



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