DiskAnalyzer Pro 3.4< のgiveaway は 2011年6月27日
DiskAnalyzer Pro はハードディスクのスペースを不必要に使用でぃているファイルを検索、削除。ディスクスペースの詳細レポートも提示。ファイルタイプ、アトリビュー、ファイルサイズ、オーナーシップ、日付け、時間などで別の詳細レポートを作成
ファイルを検索、フィルターして移動、削除、コピー、凝縮、ZIP作成などを実施し、詳細サポートは HTML, CSV、XMLなどとして外部で保存可能。ディスクスペースを過去状況記録により管理し、重複、ジャンク、手mm歩ラリー、インターネットファイル、イメージ、ビデオ、オーディオ、ZIPファイルなどを検索。
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Server 2003 or 2008; 7 MB Disk Space; 256 MB RAM (1 GB Recommended)
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WinDirSat is free, and offers the same functions, plus a very intuitive and original way of displaying the file sizes as a "treemap". It can be added to the Windows right-click menu.
Download it here: http://windirstat.info/
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I have received a number of very good programs through this website so would like to say a big 'thankyou' to GOTD and the companies who offer 'freebies' on this site. But as importantly I would also like to thank those people, such as 'rO1Z' and others who, unlike myself, know about alternative free programs and offer the information here. You're a good bunch and I for one appreciate the shared information. Many thanks to you all.
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What a kind of shock may it be for every software developer when there are free alternatives of his software available. I appreciate windirstat and previously sequoia view for the great overview they offer, but this DiskAnalyzer offers other detailed and usefull list views on the files on your harddrive. There are predefined File Filters for file types, Attributes, File Size, File Date, and File Time. File Date has Created Day, Last Modified, Last Accessed. And in every of this categories it divides reasonable groups: yesterday, last 7 Days, last 15 Days, This month, Last 3 months, Last 6 months, This year, Last year, and more than 2 years. This offers a very good access on all files selected on my machine. File Ownership is a filter criteria not missing, there is a Custom Types Sumary (Big Size Files, Video Files, Oldest Files, Compressed Files,...) for only to mention some of the carefull developed criteria. And there is a very long list of All Folders and Subfolders. And each entry has a numerical and visual percentage bar in the row of the list. You can map to network drives, - so it turns out that this DiskAnalyzer is a very usefull tool, which is not superfluous by every viewpoint. It also offers an export to different file types. On my xp machine I had somehow very slow tooltips, I think that could be improved. Another point which confused me is that the window, which opens if you select a filter criterium is a window, which is the only visible window of the program. The main window disappears and you have to close the only list window - and voilà, the main window reappears, in which you could choose other selections. On the lupe icon on the left (start file search) has a very inert tooltip, howevver - it lets you choose another drive or folder to examine. This dialog window does not close if you click on the x, but there is a cancel button. And there are summaries on the left side. This can be quickly ordered by clicking on little one-letter icons (for the tree of folders) by "A..." Folder names, "1..." size, "F" Files size, "A" File size allocated, "1" file count, "%" its share of parent of each folder in folder tree, and a litte spacy icon for no prefix in the summaries list. Why that icons tooltips are so difficult to appear and why the disappear so quickly? That is a question because the text in the tooltips is more than 2 words. In the tools / options there is no localization, but e.g. an exclude feature. The three themes offered prove a very distinct taste, I like the second most :) There are all necessary command available on the displayed files, installation went easy without necessary for a password. It runs well on my XP machine, and - this is indeed a very usefull and very great offer of GOTD and the authors of the software. Big thanks, and much success.
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@shipdog I do not agree. On the Dutch GOTD page there will always be freeware alternatives presented for every software given away by GOTD.
Not only to have a comparison with the current giveaway but also for people that missed todays giveaway and thus have the possibility to have such program if they missed out on the days offer. These freeware alternatives are always presented by a group of 3 or 4 people and are never presented by a shill. you really think software developers check out GOTD to see if there is software presented that they offer too, bit paranoia don't you think?.
About todays offer, installed fine and registered without problem, i might try it out for a while although i do not see the advantage for me personaly
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Since nobody is mentioning the best freeware (Folder Size)* I'll do that myself ;)
*(added bonus... It's a portable application!)
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