WizTree 3.35 (31 August 2020)
- Fixed bug introduced in 3.34 that might cause WizTree to hang when scanning certain hard drives
- Fixed integer overflow issue that would cause problems when dumping extremely large MFT files
- Multi selection on file view did not unselect when Ctrl+Clicking selected item (fixed)
- debug logging is now possible by using the new command line parameter "/debug=1". This will create log files in the %appdata%\WizTree3\DebugLogs folder. Send these to us if you have any problems.
WizTree 3.34 (29 August 2020)
- When sorting by allocated size, the percentage of parent calculation will now use allocated size values
- Improved MFT file scanning method. Should greatly improve scanning speed on drives with very large MFT files.
- Menu items using non English alphabet will no longer have auto generated shortcuts added to them
- some minor UI tweaks (file groups now line up properly, percentage display slightly wider, progress bar lagging fixed)
- WizTree can now be configured to display the maximum "last modified date" for all files and folders within a folder instead of the standard Windows last modified date.
To do this edit the WizTree3.ini file and change the following setting:
Default setting is off (0). WizTree3.ini is located in %appdata%\WizTree3\WizTree3.ini (for installed version) or in the same folder as the WizTree exe file for the portable version.
- Updated translations for Russian (thanks to Dmitry Yerokhin), Japanese (thanks to maboroshin), Korean (thanks to Kim YoungCheon)
WizTree 3.33 (14 May 2020)
- Network and substituted drives that may not have been visible to WizTree when running as administrator will now be selectable. This is a work around for a Windows bug/feature that does not allow elevated applications to access network and substituted drives that were created by a non elevated process. See: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee844140(v=ws.10).aspx
In such a case WizTree will display the contents of the network drive using the UNC name (e.g. \\servername\sharename) instead of the mapped drive letter. Similarly substituted drives will display the contents of the local folder the drive is mapped to instead of the mapped drive letter.
- Added option to display values in TB. Values larger than 1024GB will be displayed in TB in dynamic value display mode.
- /filterexclude would not work unless a /filter was specified (fixed)
- Folder names will now be matched against the filter specification using a trailing backslash
(setting a /filterexclude to "C:\windows\" would export the "C:\windows\" folder record incorrectly as it would filter using "C:\windows" instead of "c:\windows\")
- Files without an extension can now be filtered for by using "*." filter. This did not work previously as the period was not included in the filename used to match against the filter.
- Importing a CSV file that was exported with folders only ( "/exportfiles=0") will now display total file and folder info correctly
- Importing a CSV file that did not contain complete folder information could cause file names to become corrupted. This would prevent context menu from working correctly.
- Importing a CSV file from a network share (e.g. \\servername\sharename) would drop the leading "\\" when importing (fixed)
- row height can be set in the WizTree3.ini file ("rowheight=xx"). Default is 19. Useful if you've increased the fontheight setting in this file.
- when sorting by allocated size, the percentage of parent calculation will now use allocated size values
Older versions of WizTree can be downloaded on this page.