JDiskReport requires Java 6 or later, Java 7 is recommended. Make sure Java is installed, before you install JDiskReport. The tool has been tested on Windows, Mac, and Linux; it runs also on Solaris and other Java enabled operating systems.
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Java Web Start
If Java is installed on your computer, Web Start downloads, runs, and automatically updates JDiskReport with just one click. Web start JDiskReport
JDiskReport 2 Preview
An early preview of JDiskReport 2 is now available. JDiskReport 2 requires Java 7 or later.This version is much more raw than other releases that you have downloaded from JGoodies in the past. You cannot click in the size pie, and cannot easily see the scan progress. On the other hand, JDiskReport 2 can be run as a cron job (executed in the background), provides more information, and has seen a slight cleanup. Make sure you check out the extra views in the “More” (…) menu in the tool bar.
Since I update the preview frequently, you can execute it per Java Web Start only. This ensures that you’ll automatically get the latest version. My certificate has expired and therefore you must add http://www.jgoodies.com to the list of trusted sites in the Java Control Panel to get access to this preview. I recommend that you enable the console in the Java Control Panel, because the scan progress is logged to the console and you can see the folder that is scanned.