Version 1.0 - Freeware
What is it?

Shalom Disk Space is a tool for those people that - like me - enjoy cleaning up their hard disks to get rid of unused files and programs. The idea is that you should be able to know just how much free space you gain by cleaning up. And feel good about it, of course. On the other hand, you can also use Shalom Disk Space to see how much extra space adding files or programs take.

Shalom Disk Space updates its information once a second. And it records the changes in free space in a log file.

Screen shot - full size

By clicking the Diff only button you can minimize the window to show only the Difference row:

Screen shot - reduced size

Install

Unzip sfree.zip to an empty folder. There're 3 files: sfree.exe, sfree.hlp and sfree.cnt. Make a shortcut to sfree.exe if you like.
Shalom Disk Space doesn't use the Registry and doesn't put anything outside its own folder.

Download

Shalom Disk Space v1.0 (242 kb; zipped; help file included)

Made with

Borland Delphi 6 on Windows XP. Shalom Disk Space hasn't been tested on other versions of Windows (but should work on win9x and Win2000).

Updated February 24, 2003 (version 1.0)
Finn@Ekberg.com