JDiskReport
JDiskReport
1.4.1

4.9

JDiskReport free download for Mac

JDiskReport1.4.1

06 March 2014

See file and directory sizes.

Overview

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 analyses your disk drives and collects several statistics which you can view as overview charts and details tables.

This is ad- and nag-free uncrippled binary multi-platform software that is free of charge and that never expires.

What's new in JDiskReport

Version 1.4.1:
  • This maintenance update fixes minor issues in the user interface and comes with updated support for recent OS X versions.

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How would you rate JDiskReport app?

14 Reviews of JDiskReport

5
Kaufman
02 March 2007
Version: 1.3

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This is a great program. Very useful for finding huge files. It would be nice if there were some way to go from the file or directory listing to a finder window. Right now, after I find a huge directory to prune, I have to manually navigate to the same directory in the finder. It would be nice if there was a way to do that automagically.
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Tomq
01 April 2019
Version: 1.4.1
What a mess. Required to install Java. Then still would not run on Mojave.
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Tachy0n
23 November 2015
Version: 1.4.1
I just tried it on OSX 10.10. Works fine. java -version "1.8.0_65"
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5
amaloney
06 March 2014
Version: 1.4.1
Using OS X 10.9.2 and JDiskReport version 1.4.1, I get this msg - Unable to load Java Runtime Environment. This does not happen with version 1.4.0
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Hal-Itosis
10 February 2012
Version: 1.3.2
I just checked, and this is up to version 1.4.0 now (since Dec. 2011).
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sjk
20 December 2010
Version: 1.3.2
Hopefully the developer will release a Universal build so Rosetta isn't required on Intel systems
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Corpsecorps
25 February 2010
Version: 1.3.1
Wow. I have a distinct bias towards Java apps because they're usually slow, ugly, non-Mac-like, etc., but this was a pleasant surprise. While there are certain column list behaviors and other bits and bobs that annoyed me, such as the peculiarly basic and vastly unMac file dialog and the very unMac... kinda ugly "toolbar" icons, in most ways that really count it does it's job more than adequately. It scanned one of my larger, more cluttered drives very quickly, and I must admit JDR's simple sorting, graphing and statistic functions and displays are nice. It has a surprisingly rich set of prefs. While the appearance themes technically aren't terribly important, they're a great idea for a cross-platform app, and i'm sure had i been forced to look at icons and heirarchical lists that looked like windoze, i'd have torn into the app on that account. I own DaisyDisk and I suppose i'll be sticking with it's OS X flash, but this unique little FREE app is impressive.
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5
obergsson
16 January 2010
Version: 1.3.1
Great ! .. Fast ! ... Easy to understand ... I've tried a few other similar programs but jdisk is far superior in my mind. Great pie chart of your disk .. then you can hit the top 50 button .... and boom! ... you can see exactly what's eating up your hard disk space. I hope this app stays around .. it's worth paying for ...
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5
Syharris
30 August 2008
Version: 1.3.1
I just discovered JDiskReport and have to agree that it's the best of its kind, emminently more useful and practical than the others of its type. Grand Perspective and Disk Inventory X, for example, may offer a prettier graphical display of one's hard drive but so what, they're not as functional. This one's extremely intelligently designed.
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5
Drdul
01 August 2008
Version: 1.3.1
By far the best app in this category. I tried others like Grand Perspective and Disk Inventory X, but neither offers the features and functionality of JDiskReport. Highly recommended!
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5
Roro01
31 July 2008
Version: 1.3.1
MANY THANKS!!! It is perfect.
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5
Makai
21 June 2008
Version: 1.3a
Simply my favourite tool when I need to find out where all the space has gone... Scans my MB drive filled with 50GB in a bit more than 3 minutes.
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5
Kaufman
02 March 2007
Version: 1.3
This is a great program. Very useful for finding huge files. It would be nice if there were some way to go from the file or directory listing to a finder window. Right now, after I find a huge directory to prune, I have to manually navigate to the same directory in the finder. It would be nice if there was a way to do that automagically.
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5
itaiferber
05 February 2006
Version: 1.2.3
Wow! This is an incredible little gadget you have there. Up until now, I used "Show Volume Fragmentation" which was free too but so many things were hidden from the program. With JDiskReport, I found that Garageband was taking 3 GIGAS of space, and I didn't even use it! In one day, the space on my Mac went from 16G left to 26G left. Thanks! The only problem is, its a bit slow. Took me an hour to scan my Hard Drive.
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Kiddailey
05 February 2006
Version: 1.2.3
Hmmm... this appears to be a really handy utility if you're like me and have a hard drive packed with stuff. The software seems very well put together and the interface has a cool twist in that it lets you use the graphs as a mean for navigating around the directory structure (in addition to a standard tree-view method).
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