Vyooh DiskView- Visually see disk space usage from Windows Explorer!

Share Article

Visually see disk space usage from Explorer!

Visually see how your disk space is organized - from Windows Explorer!

DiskView analyzes your disk space, understands it's structure, assimilates information, and presents it visually so that you can understand and manage your files and folders easily - without stepping out of Windows Explorer. DiskView helps you find big files at a glance, and visually shows how disk space is organized not only on your computer, but also on network shares and mapped network drives.

DiskView uses a combination of color, shape, size, texture and transparency to represent various attributes of the file-system - hidden files and folders are transparent, newer are bright, system files have distinctive patterns and file-system attributes are depicted with icons. With one glance, you can see which files and folders are taking up the most disk-space, and gain an intimate understanding of how disk space is distributed on your computer.

Features

  • Complete integration with Windows Explorer and the Windows shell.
  • Coolest looking pie charts and bar graphs, with 3D look, textures and transparency!
  • Shell context menu integration, pies and bars behave just like files and folders.
  • Print support for DiskView reports, with custom headers and footer.
  • Pie chart and bar chart report options.
  • Export charts to PNG, JPG and BMP format, or copy to clipboard.
  • Instant Charts: Instant generation of charts as you browse the file-system.
  • Extremely configurable and customizable - easily change chart colors, label placement, print options, etc
  • Integrated disk summary to see real-time disk usage of all drives.
  • Reporting of actual size occupied on disk.
  • Support for mapped network drives, as well as network folders with UNC paths.
  • 'Size on Disk' and 'Relative Size' column-handlers for Windows Explorer details view .
  • Integrated 'DiskView Folders' pane that shows relative folder sizes.
  • I18N Localization

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Vyooh DiskView