Analyze Your Hard Drive With HDGraph
By on March 13th, 2009

Computer Hard Drives are constantly in use for storing files and folders, they usually end up with lesser and lesser disk space due to every day use. Analyzing your files and folders to find files to delete is pretty tedious and doing that may take you a lot of time.

HDGraph is a utility that will save you time, while analyzing files and folders on your Hard Drive. It’s a free tool allowing to graphically display the hard disk space usage, it shows all the directories and subdirectories of the hard drive on a single graph, allowing to see the largest directories at a glance.

Related: Find Largest File and Folders On Your Computer

When you use HDGraph, you will be able to see all your files and folders in a graphical format, quickly allowing you to analyze the files and folders that are taking up the most space, thus allowing you to delete those files and free-up diskspace on your HDD.

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It is compatible with all storage visible in the Windows explorer : folder of hard disk drive, USB key, network folder, CD, DVD etc.

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