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#1 u2o


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Posted 19 June 2012 - 05:50 AM

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File Name: RidNacs
File Submitter: u2o
File Submitted: 19 Jun 2012
File Updated: 19 Jun 2012
File Category: App scripts

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 percentage bar chart column. This gives the user a quick and easy way to identify the largest directories and it's very useful for cleaning up the disk.
The result of the scan can be exported in different formats (XML, HTML, CSV, TXT), so it could be printed or compared with future scans.
Besides of all these benefits RidNacs has an outstanding scan performance and it scores with a small memory footprint.

Thanks to Stephan Plath!

by allow to include RidNacs (within the script)

New Functions in RidNacs 2.0
  • Files smaller than a configurable size can be grouped
  • Files can be opened and deleted inside of RidNacs
  • Explorer context menu is supported
  • Associated file icons are retrieved in a background thread (improved performance)
  • Style of the percentage bar is configurable (Skins)
  • A new favorites list combines drives with most recent used directories
  • Incomplete scanned directories are tagged with a symbol
  • Another XML format for saving the analysis result
  • Preferences dialog
  • Network drives are now displayed in the "Choose Directory" dialog
More Informations


Application Version: 2.0.3

Application Date: 2010-03-12

Application HomePage: http://www.splashsoft.de


Script Version: 001

Script size: 974,67 KB

Script Date: 2012-06-19

Script Compatible (and tested on): LiveXP / Win7PE_SE


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