Sequoia Treemaps

Have you ever pondered what files you have on your hard drive that are filling your drive up and yet you just can’t seem to place your finger on them. You’re not sure if they’re log files for something or if you’ve just not realized how much money you’ve been spending on iTunes perhaps.

Look no further than Sequoia Treemaps. Different than what you’re probably accustomed to, but actually quite nice to help you visually see just what’s clogging your system.

Now if you’re looking for something a little more granular because hey you’re more of a numbers kind of person, then maybe you should check this out:

Folder Size for Windows Explorer

Pretty snazzy Windows Explorer plugin that allows you to see just how clogged some of your directory structures are.

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