Alternatives to Diskitude for all platforms with any license

  • Baobab

    Baobab Disk Usage Analyzer is a graphical, menu-driven application to analyse disk usage on Linux. Disk Usage Analyzer can easily scan either the whole filesystem tree...

    Free Open Source Linux BSD FreeBSD GNOME

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  • DaisyDisk

    With DaisyDisk you can free up disk space by quickly finding and deleting big, useless files. The program scans any mounted disk and displays it on the sunburst map...

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac OS X

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  • JDiskReport

    JDiskReport enables you to understand how much space the files and directories consume on your disk drives, and it helps you find obsolete files and folders. The tool...

    Free Mac OS X Windows Linux BSD

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  • DiskUsage

    DiskUsage provides a way to find out which files and directories on the SD card of your Android phone are consuming the most space. It displays diagram with...

    Free Open Source Android

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  • GrandPerspective

    GrandPerspective is a small utility application for Mac that graphically shows the disk usage within a file system. It can help you to manage your disk, as you can...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X

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  • Scanner

    This tool uses a sunburst chart to display the usage of your hard disk or other media. The chart shows all major files and folders from all directory levels at once.

    Free Windows

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    • Discontinued The program seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 2.13, released in July 2012, is fully working and can be still downloaded from the official website.
  • FolderSizes

    FolderSizes provides an engaging, interactive disk space analysis experience that you must try yourself to truly appreciate. More than just a series of diverse reports...

    Commercial Windows

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  • K4DirStat

    K4DirStat, fork of KDirStat , is a small utility program that sums up disk usage for directory trees, very much like the Unix...

    Free Open Source Linux KDE

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  • RidNacs

    RidNacs is a very fast disk space usage analyzer for Microsoft Windows. It scans your local drives, network drives or single directories and produces a tree view with a...

    Free Windows

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  • MindGems Folder Size

    Folder Size analyzes your hard drives and displays file and folder sizes so that you can easily check the distribution of your disk space. The application will display...

    Free Windows

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  • DiskWave

    DiskWave is a free utility to help you determine where most of your hard drive space is consumed. The program scans your hard drive to compute the size of all folders...

    Free Mac OS X

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    • Discontinued The program seems to be dead, as announced in a tweet of the author: https://twitter.com/bartheph/status/742596462807265280 . The website and the changelog look abandoned. Last version, 0.4.3, released by the end of 2015, can be still downloaded from the official website.
  • SequoiaView

    Create a visual representation of the amount of space each file is taking on your hard drive. It creates a "squarified treemap" that makes it easy to see where...

    Free Windows

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    • Discontinued The official website is no longer available. Last version, 1.3, released in June 2006, can be still downloaded from Softpedia.

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Diskitude Comments

Comment by cjchand
about Diskitude · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful Report as spam

For anyone, like myself, forced back to Windows from Linux, Diskitude is a perfect substitute for Baoab (Disk Usage Analyzer, in Ubuntu).

I really like the nice animation effect when drilling into/out of a folder.

Great work, Evan. Many thanks!

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