Keep Track of your Registry with Kheb
XDA member Elemris brings us this very useful tool for Windows Mobile devices. The app is basically a Registry and File System monitor, which takes snapshots of the aforementioned and then compares them with newer screenshots. Differences in between these two get added to a log file. The differences normally arise from having installed or removed programs from your device. This way, you get to have full control of what goes in or out of your phone.
Kheb allows you to see exactly what changes any software makes on your Pocket PC. It works by taking complete snapshots of your PPC’s state, and creating a diff file that shows the changes between snapshots.
Kheb is a useful tool for software developers, ROM chefs, and advanced users.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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