SequoiaView

SequoiaView 1.3

A free Software utilities program for Windows

SequoiaView is a nice, free program only available for Windows, that belongs to the category Software utilities with subcategory Files and has been created by Win. View full description

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SequoiaView is a nice, free program only available for Windows, that belongs to the category Software utilities with subcategory Files and has been created by Win.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and prior versions, and you can download it in English. The current version of the program is 1.3 and the latest update happened on 12/3/2002.

Since the software joined our selection of software and apps in 2005, it has already reached 65.149 installations, and last week it gained 131 downloads.

About the download, SequoiaView is a not that heavy program that doesn't take up as much storage space than many programs in the section Software utilities. It's a very popular program in United States, Netherlands, and United Kingdom.

Standard treemaps often lead to thin rectangles so the creators of SequoiaView have developed a new method to display files : Squarified treemaps.

The screen is subdivided so that rectangles approach squares as closely as possible. With SequoiaView however, they can be answered almost immediately.

SequoiaView uses a visualization technique called cushion treemaps to provide you with a single picture of the entire contents of your hard drive.

You can use it to locate those large files that you haven't accessed in over a year, or to quickly locate the largest picture files on your drive.

SequoiaView

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SequoiaView 1.3

— User reviews — about SequoiaView

  • checker02

    by checker02

    "great program"

    indispensable tool for SSD users who do not have terabytes of free space. More.

    reviewed on February 27, 2015

  • Arthelion

    by Arthelion

    "The best when your disk is full..."

    It's the best utility I've found out there to pick the big files on the disk and clean or archive them. You can see all ... More.

    reviewed on January 15, 2013