A little eye candy is good for the soul. Running out of disk space on your Mac and not knowing exactly why isn’t good for the soul. Alright, which files and folders on your Mac are big disk hogging culprits? Disk Inspector knows, and tosses in a little eye candy to ease and soothe your disgruntled soul.
Sooner or later, all of us run into the same problem. We add more music, more movies, more TV shows, more movie clips, and tens of thousands of photos, as well as a hundred apps and wonder where the Mac’s disk space went. Disk Inspector knows.
What it does is rather simple. It scans your Mac’s storage. Not just the hard disk, or SSD, but connected storage, CDs, DVDs, flash storage, even a mounted disk image– and lists files and folders in a creative, colorful graph layout.
Uh oh. I see a problem. What does that giant splash of color mean to a Mac that’s running out of storage?
Disk Inspector displays sections of your Mac in color, so you can drill down to find overweight files and folders with a click. It even works with Quick Look so you can preview a file before deciding it needs to be Trashed.
Disk Inspector’s built-in Help gives you all the details you need to navigate through the color splashes to find files and folders that are causing your storage to dry up. It displays information about files, and gives you an option to copy the Path to the folder to inspect files up close.
It’s pretty, functional, fast, inexpensive, and kind of a must have app if you’re using a MacBook Disk Inspector is highly deserving of all the five star ratings.