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GrandPerspective is a small utility application for macOS that graphically shows the disk usage within a file system.It can help you to manage your disk, as you can easily spot which files and folders take up the most space.It uses a so called tree map for visualisation. Each file is shown as a rectangle with an area proportional to the file's size.Files in the same folder appear together, but their placement is otherwise arbitrary.
Disk usage visualisation by way of tree mapsConfigurable display of views: Choice of color mapping schemes. Color files by their: name, extension, file type, parent folder, top folder, level in the folder hierarchy, creation time, modification time, or last access time Choice of color palettes Configurable mapping by file type Optionally view package contents Optionally view the entire volume Convenient navigation of views: Traverse up and down the folder hierarchy Select files and folders in the view Use either the mouse or keyboard Open files with FinderReveal files and folders in FinderPreview files and folders using Quick LookDelete files and folders from the viewSearch files by nameFilter files and folders: Construct advanced filter tests based an item's name, path, size, file type, hard-link status, and package status Use these filters to: Mask files in the view Filter files from the view Exclude files and folders when scanning a disk Filters and filter tests are automatically stored in the user preferences Multiple view support: Refresh or re-scan a view to compare results before and after clean-up Twin or duplicate a view for different displays of the same data Support for special files and folders: Hard-links: Analyse Time Machine back-ups Remote iCloud files: Analyse your cloud storage Save results of disk scanning operations: Reload and view again at any time Export scan results: As Image As Text Configurable user preferencesSnappy and responsive GUI: Optimized drawing of views Drawing and scanning are carried out in background threads Changes in view content are animated Small memory and disk footprintFully internationalized: Up-to-date localizations available in English, Chinese, German, French, Italian, Turkish, Portuguese and Dutch Outdated localizations available in Japanese and Spanish Extensive help documentation
GrandPerspective has been released as Open Source under the GNU General Public License.The official release files are available from the GrandPerspective download area at SourceForge.The latest release (Version 3.0.1) consists of two files:GrandPerspective-3_0_1.dmgThis is the main release file.It contains all you need to run the application.To install it, open the disk image and drag the application icon onto your Applicationsfolder, or wherever you want to put it onto your file system.Next run the application by clicking on the icon.
GrandPerspective is certainly not the first of its kind. Tree maps have been around for a while, and their application to file systems is not novel either. A few other disk usage visualisation tools that employ tree maps are:Sequoiaview, which is the one I bumped into first, because as it happens it was developed in Eindhoven, which is where I currently live.KDirStat and WinDirStat I need to mention, if only because they are also hosted on SourceForge. I haven't tried them though.Disk Inventory X is noteworthy because it also runs on macOS.
So, why GrandPerspectiveWell, as you may have guessed it's a fun little coding project and I needed to pick something to code on my new Mac Mini.Having said that, it does have a few things going for it.Firstly, GrandPerspective is developed specifically for macOS, which narrows the immediate competition down to Disk Inventory X, as far as I'm aware.Secondly, GrandPerspective has its own way of visualising directory trees.The layout algorithm that is used is simple and effective, but novel to the best of my knowledge.Also, the file rectangles are drawn to be as clear and unobtrusive as possible. Whether you like it or not is a matter of taste, but you've got a choice.Thirdly, GrandPerspective will intentionally be kept as basic as possible.It should do one thing only, and do it well. That means it is a lean and mean application.GrandPerspective's memory requirements and the size it occupies on disk are pretty minimal.For those concerned about disk space, the latter must count for something, rightFinally, it has a cute logo that will enhance anyone's Dock. ;-)
inputmag.com:\"The name of this one will give you a pretty good idea of what you can expect. [...]It's one of the most responsive disk mapping apps I've tried\"eli4d.com:\"GrandPerspective is a wonderful tiny disk utility. [...] The program is amazingly quick at scanning a folder of any size.\"(an extensive review with walkthrough on how to use the application. It is very positive about the application and its author... blush)knowtechie.com:\"The simple visual interface makes manually managing your Mac's storage as easy as it should be.\"iLounge.com: \"Our favorite Mac applications for managing hard disks are GrandPerspective and Onyx\" (excellent tutorial on the use of filters)9to5mac.com: \"As its name suggests, GrandPerspective instead gives you a sense of the big picture folders that are taking up space.\" (short tutorial)MacDevCenter.com: \"My new favorite little bit of freeware for OS X.\"mac and I: \"It's free and open source, so give it a try. You won't be disappointed.\"lifehacker.com: \"Download of the day\"FreeMacWare.com: \"This is a great Mac app on principle alone - it's both functional and really cool!\"Geek Like Me: \"There aren't very many Mac utility programs I find useful on a regular basis, but GrandPerspective is one of them.\"MacWorld.com: \"With a quick glance at GrandPerspective, I was able to find nearly 9GB of virtual litter on my boot drive.\"PCWorld.com and MacWorld.com: \"My favorite tools for finding [space-hogging files and folders you're not aware of] are Eriban's free GrandPerspective and ID-Design's $13 WhatSize.\"cnet.com: \"Having a tool like GrandPerspective (another similar tool is Daisy Disk) that will show you the relative size of the files on your disk is a great option to have, and can greatly help you pinpoint whether disk usage is from a problematic log file, duplicate files, or simply having too many files on your disk.\"mac.elated.com: \"It's a fantastically quick and intuitive way to find those giant files that are sucking up your disk space.\"CultOfMac.com: \"This excellent free application scans your hard disk [...] and measures exactly what's what and how big it is.\"FreeMacAppADay.com: \"GrandPerspective is an awesome utility\"ars technica: \"As this screenshot shows, some files are enormous. See that big red blob That's my laptop's hibernation file.\"AppYourMac.com: \"GrandPerspective is an essential application that will keep your hard drive free of unnecessary files\"kubadownload.com: \"Using free software like GrandPerspective it's easy to manage your disk and spot the largest files on your Mac\"ILoveMacApps.com: \"This is a very good application. It does its job perfectly.\"MAC.BLORGE.com: \"Another good utility to prep your files and applications for running on a MacBook Air is GrandPerspective.\"it-support.com.au: \"GrandPerspective is really a great little application, and one I use on a regular basis when helping my clients tidy up their Apple computers.\"kayray.org: \"one of my favorite utilities for OS X\"DoseMagazine.com: \"Great little app for Mac users who have huge hard drives that are... full all of a sudden\"MacResearch.org: \"a very effective way to immediately see what is eating up your file system\"MacApper.com: \"GrandPerspective is great for people who would rather have a visual representation of their hard drives\"MacTricksAndTips.com: \"A great tool for [identifying big files and folders to delete] and I suggest you use it.\"macpassword.com: \"It's a fantastically quick and intuitive way to find those giant files that are sucking up your disk space\"nswits.com.au: \"It is really a wonderful, little tiny disk utility.\"forwheelers.net: Recommends GrandPerspective as a great Mac application.APLawrence.com: \"A simple and very direct application.\"Jemima's Chevron blog: \"I downloaded GrandPerspective on a whim, and ended up finding and deleting about 3 GB of cruft from my hard drive.\"Should've Asked Me: \"Very handy for spotting the space-wasters when you're doing spring cleaning.\"I Heart To Blog: \"I was astonished to find files I didn't even know existed on my machine!\"BestBizWare.com: \"I really enjoy using this program to see the big picture\"DavidLowry.co.uk: \"Really good way to find big files that you should be rid of\"gentry i/o: \"Ah, finally a visual way to keep the ol' mac hard drive clean...\"Aspirations of a [Phronemophiliac]: \"Good for rooting out space hogs.\"AaronFreedman.com: \"GrandPerspective works very well and is a great aid to cleaning up your hard drive.\"TheAppleBlog.com: \"It's a great little utility, a must have for your laptop.\"Rhonabwy.com: \"This critter is going to be a fairly constant companion...\"ericholsinger.com: \"When I saw the first screenshot on the website, I was ready to look for another option. But, I had second thoughts and tried it out. I'm glad I did. It does exactly what I want.\"macenstein.com: \"while true Apple geeks can use terminal to search for space hogs, and the very patient can choose \"Calculate Folder Sizes\" in Finder [...] this is a much faster, and more fun way to reclaim drive space.\"notebooks.co \"GrandPerspective makes it easy to check the what's taking up the space.\"tutsplus.com: \"GrandPerspective is an extremely powerful tool, but it may overwhelm some beginner users.\"smumacness.co: \"what sets GrandPerspective apart is that it is simple, fluid and most importantly, free.\"MacBook.pro and TidBITS.com: \"With GrandPerspective it's trivial to see when a couple of very large files are responsible for the disk filling up.\"TidBITS.com: Recommends GrandPerspective