- WizFile might not always start up correctly when configured to start with Windows (fixed)
- Windows high DPI scaling support improved (fonts would appear far too large on some PCs when 200% or more scaling was enabled)
- "Clear search when minimized" option did not toggle on and off correctly (fixed)
- WizFile would be closed by the task scheduler after 3 days if configured to start with Windows.
To correct this please disable the 'Start with Windows' option, then re-enable it.
This only has to be done once.
- 64 bit version might have crashed when displaying message dialogs on certain PCs (fixed)
- Search result list loading speed increased
- Reduced CPU use when building results list (could cause audio/video playback to stutter previously)
- Memory use reduced
- Improved high DPI support (WizFile might have incorrectly displayed very large text on high DPI screens previously)
- "Start with windows" option would not start WizFile on laptops running on battery power.
- If you use WizFile on a laptop and want WizFile to start with Windows,
then toggle the "start with windows" option off and back on again to correct this problem.
This only has to be done once after upgrading to 2.03
- Portable version will now use the default Windows language (if supported by WizFile) instead of defaulting to English
- educed memory use by around 45%
- Clicking "Clear" will now clear results when even if a non empty custom filter is active
- New "Clear search when minimized" option added (enabled by default).
If enabled, minimizing the window will automatically clear the search results (as if "clear" was clicked)
- (This reduces memory and CPU use to the absolute minimum when WizFile is running in the background)
- Tray icon would not appear if WizFile configured to start with Windows
- File count display might be incorrect if "refresh" used repeatedly very quickly (fixed)
- Non NTFS drives now supported (will not be selected by default - select them via the "Select Drives..." option)
- Individual folders/network shares can now be added to the search. Add a folder or network share by selecting "Select Drives..." then "Add folder".
- To add a network share either select it or type in the share name, (e.g. \\servername\sharename) when browsing for a folder to add.
- Note that high speed scanning is only available on NTFS drives - other drive types and folders will be scanned using the regular Windows method.
- User defined filters now supported. Default filters for ALL, Audio, Video, Images, Compressed, Documents and Executables added.
- Configure filters via the "Filters..." option
- Double clicking on the "path" will now open an explorer window (same as selecting "Explore Folder" from right click menu)
- Double clicking on the "path" while holding the ALT key will open a command prompt window at the file's location (same as selecting "Command Prompt Here" from right click menu)
- Double clicking on any other column will open the file using the default Windows method
- Click on a file name, pause, then click on it again to rename it (or just press F2)
- "Monitor folder changes" option added (default off).
If enabled, WizFile will keep folder sizes updated with any changes that occur within them.
If enabled it will cause higher CPU usage when file system is very busy.
- High DPI support (WizFile fully supports scaling on Windows 10)
- Searches that include folder names or partial folder names now much faster
- Background file monitoring improved (folder move operations now detected and processed correctly)
- On screen results affected by file changes now update with greatly reduced CPU usage
- Changing "selected drives" while a scan is in progress now works correctly (would not rescan previously)
- Donate button would not disappear the first time after entering in a supporter code (required PC to be restarted) - fixed.