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We've compiled a list of 7 free and paid alternatives to Directory Monitor. The primary competitors include Simple Watcher, FolderChangesView. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Directory Monitor and DiskPulse, Folder Monitor, FSMonitor. Also you can look at other similar options here: About.

Program intended for the surveillance of local folders, network folders or hard drives and will...

FolderChangesView is a simple tool that monitors the folder or disk drive that you choose and lists...

DiskPulse is a real-time disk change monitoring solution allowing one to monitor one or more disks...

FolderMonitor helps you monitor what happens in a folder.

FSMonitor is a macOS app that monitors all changes in the file system, including file creation...

Keep track of all changes in files, folders & applications in your system for analysis and...

File system/directory monitoring utilities with loggin and task processing support (can execute...

Monitor and detect who is making changes to your directories and network shares in real-time.

Directory Monitor Platforms

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Directory Monitor Overview

Directory Monitor can be used for the surveillance of certain directories and/or network shares and will notify you of file changes/access, deletions, modifications, and new files in real-time. Users and processes making the changes can also be detected. Directory Monitor also provides text logs, automation via script/application execution, emailing, writing to a database, sound notifications and more.

Directory Monitor Features

tick-square Email automation
tick-square Portable

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