Displaying file sizes

  Digital 16:13 20 Aug 2010

Many moons & a PC ago I had a small application that displayed file sizes as areas rather than numerically. Needless to say I can't remember what it was called, anyone got any ideas please?

  Digital 16:47 20 Aug 2010

Just found the one I had, it's called SequoiaView but the website offering it doesn't work. Anyone got a copy?

  rawprawn 16:56 20 Aug 2010
  rawprawn 17:00 20 Aug 2010

Sorry about that, try this click here

  rawprawn 17:11 20 Aug 2010

Out of interest I just downloaded and ran this application. I can not see any point to it at all, and I don't understand what it is showing.

  Digital 17:27 20 Aug 2010

It's just showing relative file sizes in a graphical form. I don't use it but my son was trying to track it down so thanks for your help rawprawn.

  rawprawn 17:42 20 Aug 2010

You are welcome -:)

  Diemmess 17:51 20 Aug 2010

A bit late I know, but managed to find something I had long ago.....

Treesize click here

  Diemmess 17:53 20 Aug 2010

try this
click here

  Diemmess 17:54 20 Aug 2010

put 'treesize' into Google

  rawprawn 20:11 20 Aug 2010

See my first link ;)

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