SysTracer is a system utility tool that can scan and analyze your computer to
find changed (added, modified or deleted) data into registry and files.
Each scan operation performed with SysTracer generates a binary image file
representing a snapshot of your system.
Recording the snapshot usually takes a few minutes depending on your system complexity.
You can choose to scan only specific parts from folders or registry, in order to
speed up the recording process.
By comparing snapshots from before and after a new program installation or execution,
you can determine which files or registry entries were added, changed, or deleted.
You can create as many snapshots as you may want or need, and you can compare
anytime any pair of them, having the possibility to export differences to HTML list.
SysTracer can scan your system and record information about:
- changed files and folders
- modified registry entries
- system services
- system drivers
- applications that are configured to run at computer startup
- running processes
- loaded dlls
SysTracer have support for remote scanning, providing you an easy way to take snapshots of your network computers. In order to allow scanning, each computer from your network will have a SysTracer executable installed
as windows service.
The management of the entire process is done from a single computer (server) with a SysTracer instance
running in normal desktop mode. From this server you will be able to control each SysTracer client by selecting scan targets,
sending scan commands and receiving resulted snapshots.