DiskPulse provides a large number of advanced disk change monitoring options allowing one to control specific types of file system changes to monitor,
which types of files to monitor and allows one to automatically save reports and/or send E-Mail notifications when a user-specified number of changes detected.
In order to edit advanced disk change monitoring options, select the disk change monitoring command, press the right mouse button and select
the 'Edit Command' menu item. The disk change monitoring command dialog provides the ability to select the types of disk changes that should
be monitored, types of files that should be monitored, the number of file system changes to keep in system memory, the number of changes to
trigger automatic report generation and E-Mail notification actions and a user-defined list of actions to execute when the specified number of changes detected.
In order to configure which types of disk changes to monitor, open the disk change monitoring command dialog and select the 'Options' tab. By default,
DiskPulse monitors all types of file system changes, but in some situations, the user may need to focus on very specific types of changes. For example,
in order to monitor file delete operations only, unselect created files, modified files and renamed files change notifications.