Xinorbis 6.2.4 for Windows

by Paul Alan Freshney

Avg. Rating 4.3 (123 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.4 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 7/2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 10,561
Publisher Paul Alan Freshney
Homepage Xinorbis

Publisher's Description

Xinorbis is an easy to use disk analysis tool that can provide you with information as to how your disk space is being used up. It gives quick and easy to interprete results. It generates a large range of graphs and tables, allowing you to see where and how your disk space is used. Ideal for anyone with a vested interest in hard disk management.

The trial version of Xinorbis will never expire but certain features are not available: File History (some advanced features not available in Trial mode); Advanced options.

Latest Reviews

DrTeeth

DrTeeth reviewed v6.0.29 on Feb 28, 2014

Still very good and now freeware

DrTeeth

DrTeeth reviewed v6.0.14b on Sep 15, 2011

This program is very useful and the programmer is very responsive and helpful. The licence would be cheap at three times the price

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v6.0.9b on May 11, 2011

It always had limitations in the freeware version. I don't need it anyways.

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v6.0.8 on Apr 25, 2011

No longer free but trialware.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.2.6a on Feb 5, 2010

The portable version of this works nicely for detailed analysis with reports in multiple formats. Disable history and default to table view and it will play nice. Compresses down to 5.14 MB after use (sans history).
The other two progs mentioned one is $30 and the other has nothing to do with simple disc analysis.
Try file menu tools.
http://fileforum.betanew...Menu-Tools/1224016168/1
It's free and will display pie charts directly from context menu. Great little tool that

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v4.2.6a on Feb 4, 2010

Speccy? Apparently you don't understand what this program is for. As for not being worth it did you fail to notice this is free? Try reading before reviewing something.

Works fine, though I do have another folder analysis program I like a bit better.

Jtaylor83

Jtaylor83 reviewed v4.2.6a on Feb 4, 2010

Not worth it. Speccy is a better tool than this.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.1 Beta 11 on Aug 18, 2009

WoW. Works perfectly in portable mode. Top Notch

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v3.7.1 on Jun 28, 2008

I think, that the current version 3.7.1 (either zip and .exe) runs in debug-mode. It's possible that there is an compile-error?
The last error-free version ist 3.7, I mean.
;-(

shtraue

shtraue reviewed v3.4.2 on Dec 13, 2007

Current version is buggy indeed, nevertheless I'm giving it score 3 for the effort to make a useful free program.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (123 votes)
Your Rating
DrTeeth

DrTeeth reviewed v6.0.29 on Feb 28, 2014

Still very good and now freeware

DrTeeth

DrTeeth reviewed v6.0.14b on Sep 15, 2011

This program is very useful and the programmer is very responsive and helpful. The licence would be cheap at three times the price

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v6.0.9b on May 11, 2011

It always had limitations in the freeware version. I don't need it anyways.

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v6.0.8 on Apr 25, 2011

No longer free but trialware.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.2.6a on Feb 5, 2010

The portable version of this works nicely for detailed analysis with reports in multiple formats. Disable history and default to table view and it will play nice. Compresses down to 5.14 MB after use (sans history).
The other two progs mentioned one is $30 and the other has nothing to do with simple disc analysis.
Try file menu tools.
http://fileforum.betanew...Menu-Tools/1224016168/1
It's free and will display pie charts directly from context menu. Great little tool that

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v4.2.6a on Feb 4, 2010

Speccy? Apparently you don't understand what this program is for. As for not being worth it did you fail to notice this is free? Try reading before reviewing something.

Works fine, though I do have another folder analysis program I like a bit better.

Jtaylor83

Jtaylor83 reviewed v4.2.6a on Feb 4, 2010

Not worth it. Speccy is a better tool than this.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v4.1 Beta 11 on Aug 18, 2009

WoW. Works perfectly in portable mode. Top Notch

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v3.7.1 on Jun 28, 2008

I think, that the current version 3.7.1 (either zip and .exe) runs in debug-mode. It's possible that there is an compile-error?
The last error-free version ist 3.7, I mean.
;-(

shtraue

shtraue reviewed v3.4.2 on Dec 13, 2007

Current version is buggy indeed, nevertheless I'm giving it score 3 for the effort to make a useful free program.

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.4.2 on Dec 12, 2007

Horrible program. First impression was tragic - clicked on one of the purple disks to "scan selected" and the selected graphic image was glitched. Then spent forever scanning my C drive before sitting there with 100% CPU forever! I have a dualcore E6400. Program doesn't deliver. If you want a truly great, free utility for viewing diskspace then get Spacemonger 1.4.0 (http://www.sixty-five.cc/sm/v1x.php). If you want the ultimate diskspace analyzer then get the latest, shareware version of Spacemonger (http://www.sixty-five.cc/sm/).

And yeah, Xinorbis only JUST finished analyzing my HD data. Forgetaboutit.

Edit: Hilarious. Just selected the start menu option to uninstall it. "Windows is searching for NoX.exe". "The item that this shortcut refers to has been changed or moved so this shortcut will no longer work properly.". Navigate to the directory and there's an uninstall.exe program there. Run it, program deletes but \data\, \reports and \saves directories remain. Simple, unadulterated crap.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v3.4 on Dec 3, 2007

Almost portable. But once uninstalled and the reg key is deleted it still works but all menu text is gone.

Tridus

Tridus reviewed v2.9 Beta on Jul 11, 2004

This program can display quite a bit of information. What I miss from a program like DiskData is the ability to easily drill-down in the list of directories (and how much space they take) to help figure out exactly where that space is going. This program can do it too, but not just by clicking on the directory in the graph.

zebrasmasher

zebrasmasher reviewed v2.5 Beta on May 25, 2004

HI

Sorry there is no uninstaller...! Just delete the Xinorbis directory from I'll make sure the next update uninstalls! Many apologies. The NullSoft installer saves over a 1MB in download size, but I forget about the uninstaller. Thanks for using it.

obisam

obisam reviewed v2.5 Beta on May 25, 2004

just seen that there is no uninstaller with this program no thats not playing nice

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