If you’re looking for a application to show you how much free and used hard drive space you have, FreeSpace 1.5.1 may be just what you need.
The freeware tool for graphically displaying free used drive space is Carbonized so it runs under Mac OS 8.6/9.x (with CarbonLib extensions installed) and Mac OS X. Version 1.5.1 fixes problems with proportional thermometers. The free hard disk space is now properly reported, as are the global total, used and free spaces. FreeSpace now remembers its previous window height when it’s launched. And it’s now entirely Appearance Manager-savvy for improved Kaleidoscope compatibility.
Kaleidoscope is the popular interface altering utility by Greg Landweber and Arlo Rose.
FreeSpace indicates the free space and total space available on your volume. And it works with any volume. You can download FreeSpace 1.5.1 (a 630k file) from the
Mac Unicorn Software Web site.