SizeMeNow allows you to explore and visualize your disk space usage and folder sizes, as well as quickly identify unneeded files, freeing up lost space in minutes. It includes various reporting styles and beautiful charts to visualize disk usage.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:22
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: SizeMeNow allows you to easily and effortlessly explore and visualize your disk space usage and folder sizes, as well as quickly identify and remove temporary, duplicate, and other unneeded files, freeing up gigabytes of space in minutes.
It comes complete with a number of various reporting styles, as well as clear, beautiful bar and pie charts to represent disk usage in a visual way.
Charts can be copied to clipboard or exported. They are also highly customizable, including background color, bar width, beveling, and many other options.
The user interface of SizeMeNow consists of dockable windows and thus can be completely customized to suit the user's individual needs.
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