Explorer is tightly integrated with the Windows shell: you can
display the Explorer context menu or the item properties the
same way you perform these tasks in Windows Explorer.
Because of this
tight integration, network administrators can easily access
valuable information, such as security information, the
files/folders owner, last access date, etc.
DiskSpace Explorer can help you take snapshots of your drives
by copying the graphical pie chart display of your folders to
the clipboard or to graphic files. DiskSpace Explorer can
print or export reports containing detailed information about
folders and drives.
It can also
export detailed lists of folders in space, comma or tab
delimited format. The reports can contain only the top ten
folders, only the folders larger than a given size. The
reports can be generated in both interactive and command-line
mode (from batch files, System Agent, etc.)
DiskSpace Explorer is a
professional tool, powerful, intuitive and easy to use, that
runs under all Windows platforms (Windows 95, Windows 98,
Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP etc.) and
allows the network professional to manage the server hard disk
space and make intelligent allocation decisions for its
yet it is simple enough for the average computer
user at home on non-networked computers to allocate and manage
hard drive space the way professionals do.
The network administrator can view the server hard disks,
recognize user directories which are large, and examine for
wasted space and useless files... all done by a simple
graphical, view and click, interface.
The Explorer-style interface features a drive and folder tree
view in the left-hand panel and five overlapped pages on the
right to give you detailed information about the selected