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After my recent laptop crash I had moved to my desktop for the development, since my desktop is equipped with more RAM and has Windows 2003 as the OS (instead of the XP in laptop) I comfortable in doing my development work on the desktop and continued staying on it.

Recently I saw that one of my hard disk is having only 200 odd Mb of free space and wanted to know what was chewing up the space. I was using a free tool in my laptop occasionally for accomplishing the same task, but I forgot the name of the software. After digging around a lot I found it, and name is SequoiaView.

I am writing this post just to keep myself reminded of the software if in case I need in the future.

Posted on Monday, April 2, 2007 1:25 PM Tools | Back to top


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This is the original visually-intuitive hard drive-mapping software. I've used this for years and have been very happy with it. I've noticed after a while that it's installed, however, that this program will sometimes take much longer to finish gathering results, usually appearing to have frozen or locked-up. I've since used WinDirStat (also available here at SnapFiles). WinDirStat is largely inspired by SequoiaView and has improved on the interface and function. Whichever program works for you will get the job done nicely either way.
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