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Giveaway hard disk space usage analysis & management utility DiskAnalyzer Pro (save $29.95)

DiskAnalyzer Pro is a very good application for Windows to analyze and manage your computer hard disk space usage.

You can easily locate those space-hogging files or folders on your PC and can be free-up hard disc space by deleting duplicate files or archiving those big files to external drives like CD/DVD or USB sticks.

Following are the key features of DiskAnalyzer Pro:

  1. Manage and view disk space consumption
  2. Search for unwanted files with your own search criteria
  3. Find and delete junk and temporary files
  4. Quickly locate biggest folders and oldest files
  5. Find out duplicate pictures, compressed files, videos and audio files
  6. All folders and subfolders report sorted by file size
  7. Integrated File Explorer and Viewer
  8. Export disk space reports to external file formats such as HTML, CSV and XML.

DiskAnalyzer Pro normally costs $29.95. Under a promotion (from Softpedia) you can download a free copy from


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