Believe it or not, disk space is much more than just a dwindling number on your hard disk. To get the most out of your hard drive's storage space, you need to understand how your disk space is being used, and devise strategies to effectively manage that usage. And there's just no better way than with today's discount software promotion, DiskFerret!
DiskFerret analyzes the files in any hard drive, network share, or folder, producing charts and info to show you exactly where and how your disk space is being used! With DiskFerret, you'll be able to quickly identify the largest folders and files, oldest files, and duplicate files, as well as the most egregious disk-munching users on your network. And it's not just for show, either -- DiskFerret gives you everything that you need to delete these files, or ZIP them up for archiving!
It's easy to get up and running with DiskFerret, thanks to a slick and intuitive interface that gives you easy access to location history, direct entry of specific file system locations, and the ability to launch a file with just a couple of clicks. Once you clean up your files, you'll be astounded at how much better your system performs when it has room to breathe!
Proactively manage your disk and avoid trouble by scheduling scans and sending yourself an email when the scan is complete and ready for review. You can also set up continuous monitors to check for low disk space conditions on any number of local or remote drives. When your defined threshold is crossed, DiskFerret will send an email or text alerting you (or multiple individuals) to the low disk space condition. DiskFerret immediately follows an alert situation with a disk scan and when the scan is complete you get a second email with a link to the completed scan file. So you get alerted when there is a potential problem, and then you get disk analytics handed to you on a silver platter with a single mouse click!
This promotion includes the following:
DiskFerret Upgrade ($14)
Prices are subject to vendor's pricing and may change
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