See What’s Filling Your Hard Drive


Every Windows users is familiar with Windows Explorer, the system's standard file viewer. It's useful for some things, but isn't a great tool for cleaning up your overfull hard drive. So try SequoiaView. The designers came up with an ingenious way to view the contents of your drive: "cushion treemaps" create a colorful, graphical representation of your files and directories. So you can quickly find the largest MP3 and image files, or figure out which directories are draining your hard drive space so you free it up. SequoiaView puts you back in control of your files.

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One Response to “See What’s Filling Your Hard Drive”

  1. Dan Bobay says:

    very interesting tool it really gives you a grasp of what is filling up your hard drive. Now all I need is a tool that reads anything on a wiped drive.

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