FreeSpace, a utility that offers a graphical view of your hard disk, is now up to version 1.0.2. The hard disk monitoring software runs on Mac OS 8.6, 9.x, and Mac OS X.
FreeSpace tells you how much free space you have on all your hard disks. It indicates the free space available on your volume(s), shows the total space available, and displays a graphical bar with the free/total space available. The update adds a “used size” column, a resizeable window, and tweaks the interface.
You can download it at the
Unicorn Software Web site. And it’s free. Unicorn also makes such Mac OS X compatible titles as Forest (which plays soothing nature sounds), Turbo Internet (a utility designed to accelerate Internet connections), and TurboMem (which will defragment your RAM and reclaim the free RAM other applications doesn’t use).