JDiskReport is a program that allows users to understand the number of space files and certain directories have and consume on your daily disk drivers. Upon opening the program you can see the first tab on the UI called "Size" and it shows the folders that take up most of the disk space on your hard drive.
You can also sort the files based upon their size and also the last date they were opened or "modified" It also allows users to find and locate irrelevant files and folders that have no purpose within the computer. The tools that JDiskReport allows is something that analyses the disk and collects information or statistics which you can view upon opening as either overviews charts and tables learning more details about them.
The program is also ad-free and no charges are required as it's a completely free program to use the program also runs on all the major OS platforms including Windows, MacOS, Linux and several other platforms but the program in order to run properly will need Java installed the Operating System itself.
The biggest benefit to the program is that it works on all the major platforms including Mac, Windows & Linux.
Upon first opening the program you will be given an option to scan and observe any folder or drive on your operating system that the program can recognize including folders that are nested or hidden into other folders. The UI and interface of the program can be customized to your liking as well which is something I really like as it allows users to make the program feel as if it's theirs. It will take time to scan larger hard drives but JDiskReport allows you to save results of the program under a JDR (JDiskReport) file so you can go back and look into it later. The program can also copy information of a folder into a clipboard so you are able to access the information pretty effortlessly.