Disk Inspector is a great utility tool app for Mac OS X that will help you to analyze hard drive space usage in beautiful graphical visualization chart without need to type in command line
Analyzing Mac hard drive space usage as regularly will help you to rid out unusable files that fulfill your Mac hard drive, so, you can delete them to clean up your Mac hard drive from junk files and make the rest of hard drive space more larger. Analyzing hard drive space usage on Mac OS X is very easy, there are many available utility tool app that will help you to animalize and show you the report in simple graphical visualization that easy to understood, one of hard drive space usage analyzer for Mac OS X that offer the easiest way to analyze the whole of Mac hard drive space is a Disk Inspector App.
Although the Mac OS X it self is also provide the utility tool for analyzing the Mac hard drive space usage that can be accessed on the Disk utility preferences, which is come on the installation package of Mac as the default disk utility. But sometimes we need disk utility tool that offer more informative and useful feature, such as Disk Inspector App. This app will scan the whole Mac hard drive structures, including files and folders to provide you the report of hard drive space usage in beautiful graphical chart and very easy to understood, and give you idea the further action to be taken, whether it will be removed or allowed.
Beautiful graphical visualization chart report
As we mention above, if the Disk Inspector App is provide you a beautiful graphical visualization chart report of hard drive space usage, visualization chart is displaying with colorful sunburst-like diagram and show you the size of files and folders that consumed by hard drive on your Mac, when the Disk Inspector App is found bigger file on Mac hard drive, it will also provide you bigger chart on the report, So, it very easy to track bigger files just by take a look at bigger chart size at report given.
Graphical Visualization Chart Hard Drive Analyzer
Real-time animated scanning process
Disk Inspector App is working in real-time mode, which mean, when you decide to scan a whole of Mac hard drive and press the scan button, the Disk Inspector App will automatically displaying found files and folders during scan process, the Disk Inspector App is also gives you progress scanning information on the dock icon, when scanning a whole of Mac hard drive, so, the Disk Inspector App is able indicate how much time you need to wait until scanning hard drive finish.
Detail hard drive space usage report
Graphical visualization report that provided by Disk Inspector App is details and easy to understood, the Disk Inspector App is gives you the details of Mac hard drive information and space usage in the reports, you will be knowing how much the whole size of hard drive volume, whether the hard drive is bootable, writable, and also show you the hard drive system information.
And for detail items including files and folders that found by the Disk Inspector App at scanning result, you can get detail information about it, just simply clicking the right mouse at the chart of item, and it will give you option to get detail information about item, open at quick look or open location file on the finder.
Disk storage support type
Disk Inspector App is not only support internal hard drive that installed on your Mac as default system and storage volume, but also support CD and DVD disk that inserted to the Mac optical-Rom drive, USB flash drive, external drive, and mounted DMG volume. Disk Inspector App is also able to scan folders with FileVault protection, and for hidden files on Mac hard drive, the Disk Inspector App will be displayed as single item on the visual report.
When you find out the junk files or folders on graphical visualization chart report that make your hard drive full, you can directly take action by removing them to trash and also clean up from trash. This is securely way to clean up your Mac hard drive space from junk files, in addition you can also free up Mac hard drive space by removing cache of Mac OS X by using hard drive clean up app or Mac system optimization app such as Onyx, iBoostup, etc.