SupaView
SupaView
1.3.2

4.3

SupaView free download for Mac

SupaView

1.3.2
16 July 2012

Graphical file size viewer.

Overview

SupaView is a tool to help you locate big folders and big files on your hard disk. Every file is represented by a square, which size is proportional to its size

All you have to do is download it and launch to start finding what's taking so much space on your Mac's hard disk!

What's new in SupaView

Version 1.3.2:
  • Fixed scrolling with touchpad

8 SupaView Reviews

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Ean
20 October 2010

Most helpful

A great start. Pretty fast indexing of files. A quick way to identify what is chewing up disk space and get rid of it. Free. Some issues: • Doesn't remember window size and position between launches. • Reproducible crasher trying to navigate the file hierarchy with the arrow keys. Needs keyboard navigation and command-shift-O or something to open selected files. • Needs a section of the window to display the file path and other pertinent info. Especially the file path, which should be copyable. Selecting the file path type would be nice too. • Color scheme should be changeable. • The zoom function is a little disconcerting. Clicking on the magnifying glass icon causes the image to zoom, obviously. But, instead of using scroll bars on the window to get to the invisible parts, the frame border shrinks within the window and turns into a kind of loupe. A loupe that you drag the image _under_. When one gets near the edge of the window the loupe starts moving too. Clever, but it makes for two windows moving around when one would suffice. • Reveal in Finder opens the enclosing folder but doesn't select and scroll to the actual item. Looking forward to future development.
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Version 1.1
salsad
19 November 2012
does exactly what you need - from wide view of files and folders sizes to easily maco manage your system!! a must have
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Version 1.3.2
djcz
16 July 2012
Nice concept and a nifty little tool, but needs work. I immediately ran into window refreshing issues when resizing the file viewer window... the window title mirrored itself multiple times across the windows' resize process. Interface could stand a bit o polish too, its navigation is not readily apparent and could be a bit of a challenge for the novice.
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Version 1.3.2
Jimsander
26 June 2011
Indispensable and inspiring. Dare I say? ... Supa! Much more useful than some of the other "fancy" graphical disk displays. The colors are pleasant and contrast enough to clearly divide the space. Most important to me, the text of directory names is readable. At least with an SSD it's pretty fast. Large slow drives can take a while, but... duh. Ironically, the only halfway serious flaw I have found is that the Donate button in the app itself doesn't work! But the one on the developer's site does.
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Version 1.3
Nsunier
14 June 2011
This software is a must have! There is many others which look more beautiful, but this one do the job quite well and, in addition, it is free!
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Version 1.3
Dorkypants
12 February 2011
Download link still points to version 1.3 . Version 1.3.2 is at http://twinside.free.fr/supaview/SupaView.1.3.2.zip
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Version 1.3.2
Islandmacman
14 November 2010
I gave Supa View 5 stars because it found over 7GBs of garbage (old apps no longer used + associated files). I haven't experienced the issues reported here, and I can't argue with the price. It's also quite unique and satisfying to see my data displayed the way Supa does it. thanks!
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Version 1.2.2
Ean
20 October 2010
A great start. Pretty fast indexing of files. A quick way to identify what is chewing up disk space and get rid of it. Free. Some issues: • Doesn't remember window size and position between launches. • Reproducible crasher trying to navigate the file hierarchy with the arrow keys. Needs keyboard navigation and command-shift-O or something to open selected files. • Needs a section of the window to display the file path and other pertinent info. Especially the file path, which should be copyable. Selecting the file path type would be nice too. • Color scheme should be changeable. • The zoom function is a little disconcerting. Clicking on the magnifying glass icon causes the image to zoom, obviously. But, instead of using scroll bars on the window to get to the invisible parts, the frame border shrinks within the window and turns into a kind of loupe. A loupe that you drag the image _under_. When one gets near the edge of the window the loupe starts moving too. Clever, but it makes for two windows moving around when one would suffice. • Reveal in Finder opens the enclosing folder but doesn't select and scroll to the actual item. Looking forward to future development.
Like (1)
Version 1.1
Major-Mauser
09 October 2010
Pretty cool program - Would get 5 stars if it had a delete icon on the top icon bar Basically a very useful app for determining where large files are visually.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Ean
Ean
20 October 2010
Command-Delete key combo does the job fine. Would be even better if one could navigate the file hierarchy with the keyboard.
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Version 1.1
Free

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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