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Easily find which files and folders occupying the most disk space

To know which folders or temporary files consume most of your hard disk space could be a challenge especially when you have so many folders and sub folders in your system. In order to free up some valuable disk space, you should need to know who who takes up the most space on your hard drive. There are several freeware and commercial tools are available for this. O&O DiskStat is one such high-powerful program that analyzes the used disk space on your storage volumes.

With the help of O&O DiskStat you can identify and dispose of unnecessary files, saving yourself valuable hard disk space in the process. It has an easy-to-use interface like Windows Explorer. So you can take a closer look at the file and folder structure of your internal and external drives.

Through intuitive and beautiful graphical representations (Doughnut, Bar or Tree-map) you will easily find out which files, file types and folders are taking up the most space. The program has full support to Windows 2000/XP and Vista (32bit and 64bit) and extremely fast in performance.

O&O DiskStat is a commercial application. Under a promotion, you can grab a FREE registration key from OO-Software. After getting your key just use the key for downloading the professional edition of O&O DiskStat.


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