Disk Expert is a disk space scanning, reporting and processing utility for Mac OS X. Disk Expert scans the volumes of your hard drive. It discovers the bulkiest content and generates a list of the largest files on the scanned volume. You can then the 25 largest files by collecting them in a special list from which you can copy or move them to other drives or even to the Trash.
Disk Expert can do more than just supply you with detailed and accurate information you need to better understand and manage the contents of your hard drive. It provides you with a set of tools, enabling you to analyze and manage the disk space content.
Disk Expert is compatible with Mac OS X 10.8. and later.
Use “Reveal in Finder” context command (⌘O) or ⌘-click on a folder.
Use “Copy Path” context command or “Open in Finder” command.
Yes, you can scan Dropbox folder and any other folder as well.
Yes, both applications – Disk Expert and Disk Inspector delivers you the possibility to scan File Vault folders.
Use “Get Information” context command (⌘I).
Usually, Finder simplifies counting size for folders, especially for empty folders, Disk Expert counts that folders size. There are some other minor differences in counting folder size.
Disk Expert does not display hidden and system files as they prohibited from move or delete. Otherwise you might damage your system. So Disk Expert’s job is just show you the “sector” for hidden and system items on particular level. If you are sure you want to handle those files you can use Funter app. The only you need is to turn “Show hidden files “ option.
Yes it can. At the moment, the Disk Expert also supports HDD volumes, CD and DVD discs, removable USB drives, mounted DMG images and even folders with FileVault protection.