Posted in Technology

Best Disk Space Visual Analyzers for Windows and Mac

So, these are not my own selections, but two articles I found that I would like to keep bookmarked on my own site for archival purposes. The two pages are originally from here (2016 on both):


I personally use WinDirStat for all of my Windows installations and it has been my go to for years, but I recently just saw a very similar one called WizTree for Windows. You can see the similarities below in the screenshots:


Since I love being able to see my data in a very easy to see visual format, I also wanted to find something similar to this on the Mac side as well. It wasn’t hard to find with a quick Google search. I installed Disk Inventory X and it seemed to be exactly what the others were. Something visual I could see and click on large blocks and just click and see what the file was and do with it what I needed, very quickly.

Disk Inventory X

I hope this helps you out as you are trying to see what it taking up the most space on your drives, as it helped me!

Posted in Videos

New Video Post (33min)

if you have absolutely nothing to do, and are bored, and need a laugh… well here is my first attempt @ a podcast. This was very impromptu, and not even scripted. I had a few stories lined up, a little bit of an intro to who we are, and then on to the stories…

No Name, No Title Yet – Episode #001 from Rusty on Vimeo.

this is a first try for a video podcast, very diggnation’ish, but I call it an om-age to diggnation.