Most of us would agree that when we first brought our computers, it used to be very responsive and working on it was a joy. Now after several months or years, you may find your computer slowing down and even the available disk space too seems to be low. Ideally you should consider moving old files and folders to a removable media or burn them to an optical disc. However before you do that you would want to know which files or folders should be moved to free up abundant space. When you look at the disk space usage in Windows, you typically get a very top level view. Now if you are looking to analyze your disk space usage in depth and understand which files and folders are occupying the maximum space, you can call in the Disk Usage Analyzer 1.0 application.
The Disk Usage Analyzer 1.0 application opens up with a very basic looking interface that may look tepid to many users. To know more about the disk usage of a drive you need to select it and then click on the Start Analyze button. It neatly displays the files and folders in a systematic manner along with the space they occupy. Further you get several options to view the data in a way wish. You can even see the subfolders within a given folder. Overall it gives a holistic picture of disk usage in your system. However its developers through need to consider adding disk space recovery features to it.
On account of its effortless performance in discovering the disk usage parameters and giving us the necessary information for freeing up disk space, we mark the Disk Usage Analyzer 1.0 application with a score of two rating stars. The tool is ideal for those of us who are still clinging on to old desktops with limited disk space.