Sometimes, it may be required to monitor specific types of files while hiding changes detected in not important or temporary files.
For example, the user may be interested to detect all changed programs and DLL libraries and hide all other file system changes.
DiskPulse provides the ability to configure one or more file matching rules specifying which files to monitor. When one or more
file matching rules are configured for a disk change monitoring command, DiskPulse will show files matching the rules and skip all other files.
In order to configure file matching rules for a disk change monitoring command, open the monitoring command configuration page
and press the 'Rules' button. Now, press the 'Add Rule' button, select an appropriate rule type and specify all the required parameters.
DiskPulse provides many different types of file matching rules allowing one to filter files by the file type, size, location, attributes,
user name, etc. Multiple different types of file matching rules may be added to a single disk change monitoring operation allowing one
to precisely select which types of files to monitor.