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Tracking changes,Before and after changes to my Windows 7 workstation after installing software

Posted on 2013-06-19
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I want to track the before and after changes to my Windows 7 workstation, after I upgrade apps or install apps on it.
I want to track DLL changes, what files it added or created and rev level of apps and files.
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SysTracer can scan your system and record information about:
changed files and folders
modified registry entries
installed programs
system services
system drivers
applications that are configured to run at computer startup
running processes
loaded dlls

http://www.blueproject.ro/systracer
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