Eximo

Developer: 3725 Ltd.

Current Version: 1.5.1

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 936.5 KB - Download

Description:

Disk usage visualizer

A tool to track your disk usage and see your data. Helpful and respectful.

* Visual representation of your folders
* Fast scan of local disk or mounted volumes
* Drag files from Eximo to Finder or any application
* Reveal all hidden files and folders
* Full path navigation
* Quick Look support
* Keyboard navigation

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Release Notes:

* Fixed occasional Quick Look crash.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by Riles_C

Running out of disc space? Need to find huge files and folders quickly and easily? - Sadly, my 300 gig hard drive was supposedly "full" and it had 50 gigs free last time I checked a month ago. Within 5 minutes of downloading this app, I had a scanned "picture" of files and folders of my entire harddrive visually estimated in concentric rings. It quickly visualizes folder sizes, and starts in the center with the drive you asked it to map. Working outwards, you can see files/folders categoried by size. All in beautiful color. Now back to the email dilemma...I had clicked on "archive copies of all emails for offline viewing" when i recently set up both large gmail accounts, and in 2 clicks i found 40 gigs of SPACE where these server messages had been archived. SUCCESS! A quick change of settings and some deleting later, my mac is back. I had a hard time getting over the price initially, but this saved me from going for more external storage and is extremely quick, intuitive, and rainbow colored. Not to mention it got through the 300gigs of files and categorized it into an image in 2-3 minutes. You can click on the bar and it will further delineate files and folders contained within, which is really neat, and keeps track where you are in the bar at the top. Bravo, Eximo. You are incredible at identifying folders and it really helps you get an idea what files/folders are taking up for managing your hard drive. A+ and Highly Recommended.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

3/5
Version 1.5.1
Review by RaceClub

Great, but not for the price - The app itself works excellently. It has a beatiful interface and it lays out your hard-drive very intuitively. The colors are vibrant and are a nice touch. Overall the app is great. However, the price is not ($7 as of this writing). A more suitable price would be $1, to be honest. I got the app with a gift card so I don't feel like I've wasted any money, but I would not recommend buying this if you actually have to pay. There is a great free alternative called GrandPerspective. It lacks the visual flare of Eximo, but it does the job well and still gives a visual representation. So overall, Eximo is a great app but don't buy it unless it's on sale or you have some extra cash.

Found helpful by 5 out of 7 people
5/5
Version 1.5.1
Review by josh.f

So fast, so usable - I'll admit for the first 3 seconds I was very confused by the interface. It's so much easier than clicking through folder tree views, though! For Lion users looking for a replacement for Disk Inventory X, this utility is worth every penny. It's the best way I've found to get a visual idea of what's taking up all your hard drive space.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
2/5
Version 1.5.1
Review by mcgurme

Great when it was working, then it stopped - When I first installed this app, I loved it. However, at some point in the last few months, it stopped working. It simply won't launch. The problem is isolated to this app alone - all others are fine. I contacted the developer several times. To his credit, he did respond each time, but his last response was, basically, "I haven't heard of this." He said he'd email back if he figured anything out. Well… it's a few months later and I haven't heard. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it. I tried deleting preferences files and application images. I tried monitoring the console. Nothing works. So, I now have a useless app that I paid for that I can't use. Dissapointed.

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