I have tested it on Windows 7 64-bit and Windows Vista. I have also run it successfully on Windows under Mono
, so technically I think it should run on Linux as well, but haven't gotten that tested yet (let me know if you have :-)
It is written it in C# and requires .Net Framework 3.5. On Windows 7 at least, I think that should already be installed, but on XP you might need to install it. On XP you might also need to install the latest service pack (which you should have done long ago anyways).
Issues and bugs
If you find any, please
don't tell me in a review with a bad rating. That is just unfair and wrong. Use the Issue Tracker
which is made for this instead and post a new issue there. That way I will be able to reply and so on.
Again, in bold: Use the Issue Tracker if you find any problems. Not the review feature!
- You can now drag and drop a folder onto the executable and it will open up with that folder as initial path. Isn't that just fantastic, or what??
- Otherwise some various refactoring has of course occurred in the code base.
- No longer crashing when trying to read a folder with no access.
- Changed the icons and made the application icon show up in the task bar.
- The cleaning process can now be cancelled.
- When finished, it will report how many folders were scanned and deleted.
- Code base has been refactored quite a bit.
- TFS bindings have been broken (I've started using subversion instead).
- Smaller changes to the UI.
- Some fixing here and there.
- Removed some unused references.
- Fixed a stupid error in 1.0.
- First released version of the program! (And apparently it was a bit buggy...)