Space Searcher 1.5
Find out how much garbage you store on HDD and save money on the next upgrade
As our life races ahead with blazing speed, our computing demands grow correspondingly. Can you imagine that several years ago a 40 Mb hard drive was more than enough for holding all data in an average company? The technology evolution brings new demands and the 'massive 20 Gb hard drive' we have bought only a couple of years ago seems really tiny today. There are three reasons for the growing storage space demand. First, media comes digital and we smoothly move our photos, music and videos to hard drives. Second, applications feature more and more multimedia content which also requires additional drive space. Third, we get completely lost in all those files without ever knowing which of them are actually important and worth keeping and which are not. Is there a way to clean our hard drives out better than purchasing another 'massive storage unit'? Yes, there is! Presenting Space Searcher, the unique tool intended to save your precious hard drive space and, what's more important, your money! Space Searcher allows you visually manage your hard drive space by letting you know which iles and folders take too much space on your hard drive. The application is capable of detecting heavyweight folders and display several types of graphs, charts and numbers to make sure you know what exactly is stored on your hard drive.
Most people get amazed at how much trash they store on hard drives without even thinking they have such files. They get even more amazed at how much spaced can be freed up at no cost! Space Searcher is capable of running disk space usage analysis both on small home systems and on enterprise networks. Reports can be saved to Excel or HTML files or printed out immediately providing in-depth analysis of disk space usage. Sorting data in reports is as easy as running the program itself - couple of clicks and you are ready!
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