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analyze disk space usage Spyglass is a disk space analyzer with integrated duplicate scanning. It provides a Sunburst View of the content in a selected folder or drive, which makes it easy to spot large files or folders at a glance. You can drill down into the folder structure and right-click on an item in the chart to bring up a menu to delete or open the item in Explorer. Spyglass also offers duplicate scan that runs automatically each time you scan a folder structure. Once the scan is complete, you can click on the file icon in the upper right to view a list of all duplicate files that were found. You can then choose to delete or move selected duplicates. The duplicate scan runs automatically each time you scan a folder. If you don't want to scan for duplicates, you can stop the scan by clicking on the red status icon next to process indicator. Spyglass is easy to use and offers an attractive interface but we found it to be rather memory hungry, using between 100-200mb of RAM for most scans, which seems a bit excessive. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Clockwork Engine LLC Price Free
Version 1.2.0 Last updated Aug 22, 2013
File Size 4.99 Mb Requirements None

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Good navigation but warning 4 stars by gimpguy Sep 23, 2013 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
It has some basic writing when you first install and drag a folder into it, it's a quick explanation of how to work it , just click Got It! and it's gone. It scans folders very quickly and has good navigation, if you want to hi-light and area just click on left column in the list and there you go, no need to clutter the map with names then. Works for me. The duplicate scan can take longer depending on the size of the folder but all in all it's very easy to use and get around. WARNING I accidentally clicked the delete permanently and guess what, no warning or question it truly does just delete permanently. Luckily for me I try this on pre made folders with nonsense content first. This could lead to someone to accidentally delete something important and I feel they need to at least set up an "ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO PERMANENTLY DELETE THIS?" pop up. It's just too easy to click it accidentally like I said. With that fixed I'd give this an easy 5. show Review details
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