Filelight will help you find out where your disk space is being wasted. This tool provides a graphical display that is very easy to understand. Use this tool to scan your entire file system, or only particular parts.
This tool offers a minimal number of settings, just enough to get the job done.
Do Not Scan These Folders
Inside the configuration dialog users can find a tab called scanning. Here users can choose a list of folders that should not be scanned. Users may even choose to exclude remote file systems, or removable media from the scan.
Filelight Interface Colors
User may choose to customize the appearance of the Filelight interface in many ways. Different color schemes are available for the disk usage window. Rainbow colors are available, system colors, or high contrast colors.
Configure The Toolbars
This tool will let users configure the toolbars completely. Users can decide which options they would like to have displayed inside the toolbars, or which toolbars are displayed.
Filelight Keyboard Shortcuts
Users can freely customize a vast list of helpful keyboard shortcuts for the Filelight disk space analysys tool. Setup shortcuts to navigate through the interface, or to manually start hard disk scans. Below I have listed some of the most useful keyboard shortcuts available for Filelight.
Scan Home Folder
Use the next shortcut to begin scanning your home folder.
Ctrl + Enter
Scan Selected Folder
You can open a file selection dialog with the following keyboard shortcut. The selected folder will then be scanned.
Ctrl + O
Go Up One Folder
The next shortcut will let you move up one folder in your file system tree.
Alt + Up