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Graphic Disc explorer

Here is a very simple and quick disc usage analyzing program ‘Scannaer’ which is an open source application, just weigh 163 Kb in size and shows pie-chart of your disk usage. It supports any media – hard disk, flash drive, CD drive or other and uses an extended pie chart with concentric rings. The chart shows all major files and folders from all directory levels at once. The Scanner segments represent deeper directory levels. When you move the cursor over a particular colored area you will see descriptive information about it. It provides several actions depending on the object type:
- Show/Hide folder contents
- Zoom into a folder (also directly available via left-click)
- Rescan a folder
- Open a file/folder with the appropriate application
- Recycle a file/folder (delete it by moving it to Recycle Bin)
- Remove a file/folder
The software doesn’t required installation, just unzip and run. You can download Scanaer from here.
System requirements: Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP/Vista

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