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Disk Alarm
Disk Alarm
Disk Alarm free download for Mac

Disk Alarm

Version 2.0.1

Notifications when hard drive space is low.

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Disk Alarm overview

Disk Alarm provides notifications when hard drive space is low.

Mac OS X tells you when your hard drive is full, but, generally, it's already too late to react.

You would like to be alerted soon enough so you can move or delete files, allowing you to have again enough free space for your Mac to run smoothly?

Disk Alarm will let you know in advance, and will spare you a lot of time!

What’s new in version 2.0.1

Updated on Dec 07 2014

Version 2.0.1:
  • NEW: Fully Compatible with OS X 10.10 Yosemite and its Dark Menu Bar!
  • NEW: Now using Notifications instead of App Alert
  • NEW: Displaying the Red Disk Alarm Icon when drive is full, same as in the Dock
  • NEW: Showing a badge in the Icon with the total free space.
  • NEW: Disk Alarm is now a Sandboxed App, being a better citizen on OS X.
  • FIXED: Going to Full Screen when trying to close the Window - not anymore!
  • FIXED: Not showing the app at restart if asked to be hidden
  • FIXED: Various cosmetic and functional Bug fixes
  • FIXED: Send E-mail checkbox now de-activated when no volumes are checked.
  • FIXED: Version 2.0 wasn't starting because of bad signatures on our side. Sorry. Fixed.





4 MB

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App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9 or later
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Oct 4 2011
Oct 4 2011
Version: 1.2.1
Disk Alarm only promises to do one thing, and the good news is that it does what it says it will do. I particularly like that I can choose which volumes to include or not include. In my case, I want to keep an eye on an external drive, not my startup drive. The reason I only gave Disk Alarm four stars instead of five is that the menubar icon is ugly (it's just a minature version of the app icon), and there's no option to customize the warning sound (which isn't exactly a sound I would equate with a warning). How about a choice of a simple coloured dot or something for the menubar icon, and a monochrome option for when there's more than the minimum disk space (have a look at SMARTReporter for an example of this)?
Oct 4 2011
Oct 4 2011
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