Editors' reviewThis program helps reveal folder's memory consumption, but it doesn't offer any file-management tools. DiskChart's functional interface displays folders in a tree list, but we are disappointed it doesn't automatically read the contents of selected folders as Windows Explorer does. To reveal its resource expenditures, you can calculate the folder size or click the folder pie or file-type pie tabs. The tree list of your hard drives makes it easy to select drives or specific folders, and results are displayed in pie charts. We like the ability to right-click on the pie chart to quickly see the largest files in the selected folder or drive. Lacking are its file-management tools, as DiskChart doesn't let you delete folders or view the files within them, though you can open them in Windows Explorer. While the program may lack a couple of features found on similar tools, users of all levels should have no problem mastering it.
DiskChart is a utility to identify the biggest consumers of disk space. Pie charts let you see at a glance which folders and file types are taking up the most space. The charts are highly customizable, and can be printed. An Explorer view lets you navigate to the folder you want to chart, and as a bonus displays the number of bytes in and below the selected folder. DiskChart also can display and print a report of the largest files in the selected folder. Armed with the information that DiskChart provides, you can decide how best to allocate the space on your disk. DiskChart is a complete rewrite for 32-bit Windows, and offers an improved user interface.