Keep track of mounted volumes with Volumizer

runs on Mac
screenshot of Volumizer

If your hard drive is of any size at all, you've probably got it partitioned into several individual volumes. Or you may be lucky enough to have several discrete drives in your computer. Either way, you need to be able to navigate through your system to- and from these volumes. Maybe you've got work stuff on one drive and fun stuff on another. You can always open a Finder window and browse around to find what you're looking for, but it might be nice to speed that process up by not having to open that window just yet. This is where a tool like Volumizer comes in handy.

A Mac application, Volumizer sits in your Menubar just waiting for you to click it. Fire it up and it displays a list of all the volumes currently mounted on your system, including local drives, network shares, and even removable media that are active on your system. Click on the icon for the volume you're interested in, and it will open a Finder window, open at the top level of that volume. Now it's easy to get where you want to go, all without breaking a sweat.

Volumizer is a free application. It runs under any reasonable version of OS X.

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