We've just released a little utility that can be used to purge off older Debug files.
Debug files are created when running our products in 'Debug Mode' which you usually only do when Technical Support needs to gather extra information when tracking down a problem.
Usually you would only run in Debug mode for a short while as it can slow down your softare as it writes the debugging information to a series of files.
If you are running Debug for a longer period of time then these files can start to take up a lot of space on your hard disk.
This utility allows you to automatically purge the older debug files off after a number of days.
When you run the exe it will tell you what 'command line options' you need to use. The ideal way to use it would be to use the Windows Task Scheduler to schedule it to run every day and set it to (for example( purge off logs that are 5 days old or older.
It's available now from http://support.psquared.net/products/drivers_utilities/PSUtils.htm#DebugFileDeleter
Peter Jarrett, Technical Director
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