See what’s eating up hard drive space with Disk Aware
Disk Aware helps users quickly find large files and folders eating up hard drive space. Disk Aware makes it easy to see exactly what items are taking up the most space on your drive and provides tools to help you reclaim space.
West Des Moines, IA (18-Sept-2012) — Mediafour Corporation introduces Disk Aware to help users quickly find large files and folders eating up hard drive space. Disk Aware makes it easy to see exactly what items are taking up the most space on your drive and provides tools to help you reclaim space.
The Wheel, the List and more
Disk Aware’s color-coded Wheel gives you a quick, visual overview of your drive. Each file and folder is shown as a block in the Wheel. Finding large items is as simple as looking for the large blocks. You can hover over blocks for more details or double-click to navigate further into your disk.
The List gives you the power to really dig in and locate specific folders and files. You can see the actual and relative size for each item of the current selection. The List also makes sorting items easy, so you can quickly find the largest items. You can sort by size or by particular kinds of files such as Pictures, Audio, Videos, Documents, Applications and more.
When it is time to tidy things up Disk Aware provides powerful tools to help you delete, recycle, compress and archive items.
“Today, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the amount of data on our computers. Everyone is creating files, photos and videos faster than they can upgrade their computers. We created Disk Aware to help bring this chaos under control, giving users the power to reclaim their hard drive space,” said President/CEO, Rick Rockhold.
Disk Aware works with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP.
About Mediafour Corporation
Mediafour Corporation has been a worldwide developer and publisher of software products based in West Des Moines, Iowa since 1994. For more information visit Mediafour at mediafour.com.
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