Clean up your hard drive with OmniDiskSweeper

runs on Mac
screenshot of OmniDiskSweeper

Come on, admit it: you're a pack rat. We all manifest our pack rat-ed-ness in different ways. Maybe you haven't seen the top of your desk since the last Olympics. Maybe you've given up trying to park your car in the garage, 'cause it's too busy as a storage unit. Or maybe it's your hard drive. These places all seem to fill up on their own, as if the "stuff" in there were just magically drawn to it. While we can't help you with your issues in the physical world, we may have a tool to give you a hand with your electronic problems.

OmniDiskSweeper helps you to identify the big space-wasters that are filling up your hard drive. It features a Finder-like interface that automatically sorts files and folders by their size. The thought here is that the biggest potential space wasters are the biggest piles of "stuff". In other words, you can have a bunch of small files that will never amount to enough to really get in your way, but if you've got a couple of huge files that you really don't need, getting rid of them will free up a lot of space quickly. Whether it's old applications that you don't use any more, the PDFs of all the tax forms you downloaded three years ago, or any other space hogs, once you identify them, it's easy to just get rid of them.

OmniDiskSweeper is a Mac application. It's distributed as a Universal Binary, so it'll run on your PPC or x86 Macintosh. It requires OS X 10.4 or later.

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