Saving Disk Monitoring Reports
DiskPulse Pro provides power computer users with the ability to export disk monitoring reports to the HTML, Excel CSV and text formats. In order to export a disk monitoring report, press the 'Report' button located on the main toolbar.
On the 'Report' dialog enter the report title, specify the file name to save the report to and select one of the following report formats: HTML, Excel CSV, XML, PDF or ASCII text. By default, DiskPulse will save a disk monitoring report containing the last 1000 file system changes.
In order to export a full report containing all file system changes, increase the number of file system changes to an appropriate value. Keep in mind that disk monitoring reports containing thousands of changes may be very large and difficult to open using standard tools especially when exported to the HTML format.
Exporting PDF Reports
DiskPulse Pro, DiskPulse Ultimate and DiskPulse Server allow one to export detected file system changes to PDF reports. In order to export a PDF report, detect file system changes in one or more disks or directories and press the 'Save' button located on the main toolbar.
On the save report dialog, select the PDF report format, enter a report title, enter the name of the file to save the report to and press the 'Save' button. By default, DiskPulse exports the last 10,000 file system changes. In order to export a full report, which may result in a very long PDF document, just increase the numberof exported file system changes to an appropriate number.
In addition to the information provided in other report formats, DiskPulse PDF reports provide more summary charts showing the number of file system changes and the amount of disk space per file extension, the number of changes per change type, the number of changes per file owner followed by the list of detected file system changes.