FullDisk is a handy piece of software that scans the hard disk content and displays the files based on a tree system.

The application perfectly takes advantage of its multi-panel GUI, providing plenty of information about files and folders as you browse a specific location.

FullDisk automatically scans the folders you open and calculates the size, relying on a color-coded approach to allow users identify the biggest items in any specific location. What’s more, the program creates colored pie charts, with a simple click on any included item to quickly load it.

There are some options too, letting you choose between bytes, kilobytes and megabytes when it comes to the units being used for sizes. Additionally, you can enable sounds, show the free space slice in charts, enable time filters and create file lists.

Last but not least, it’s worth mentioning that FullDisk can also save the results to TXT, but there’s no configuration option available to tweak the output file.

FullDisk works okay on all Windows version, but a moderate CPU usage was experienced during our testing every time the application scanned a specific location. It doesn’t require administrator privileges on Windows 7 workstations.

Overall, FullDisk is undoubtedly a handy piece of software, but we can’t help but ask for more configuration options and new supported formats for the exported results.

The help section comes with a manual that fails to load, so those who may need additional documentation on a built-in feature have no other option than to search the Internet.