View Hard Disk Space Usage From The System Tray With TrayDiskFree
By on September 29th, 2008

Do you open up Windows Explorer every-time to check the free disk space on your computer? Though doing that is not a hard task, why waste time when you can view the hard disk space from the system tray.

TrayDiskFree is a small freeware utility that will allow you to view free space in the comfort of your system tray.

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TrayDiskFree cannot be used on Windows Vista, but you can use it on other 32-bit Windows operating systems like 2000 and XP.

Download TrayDiskFree [via TrayDiskFree Monitors Hard Drive Space]

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  • http://haiku-poems-blog.blogspot.com/ kouji

    i like the idea behind this, but am thinking it might slow down my system (my computer’s quite old). :O

 
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