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SpaceObServerv6.1The Database-Based Disk Space Manager

SpaceObServer is a powerful and flexible hard disk space manager for Windows which stores file system information in a database and thus will help you free up valuable disk or server space. In addition to English and German, the user interface is available in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and Slovenian.


The software is available as Standard and Enterprise Edition. The Comparison Table lists the feature differences of the editions.

Why SpaceObServer:

Analyze Drives and Directories

SpaceObServer scans local and network drives as well as Exchange mailboxes using a background service and stores their structure, sizes and properties in an SQL database. Linux and Unix file systems can be scanned via SSH (Secure Shell). In an Explorer-like user interface the collected data can be viewed and browsed in hierarchical or tabular views, 3D bar, pie, line charts and tree maps. Export your scan results in many different formats. Using the archived data you are able to track the development of the space usage from past to present, and forecast future size usage.

Find Redundant Files and Similar Folders

A flexible file search, with predefined searches for very big, old or obsolete files allows filtering and listing files directly from the database. Find duplicate files and similar folder structures with the search feature.

Operate via Remote

The SpaceObServer Add-ons SpaceObServer Remote Client and SpaceObServer Web Access (sold separately) can access scan results from other machines or via your internet browser. Learn more.

Take a Visual Tour or learn in our Product Data Sheet how to manage your disk space with SpaceObServer continuously and transparently.

Read our case studies and learn how SpaceObServer is used at SCHOTT Solar and how a German automotive company uses the software for server space management.

We protect your privacy! The plug-in "Shariff" makes sure that your data will not be transferred to social networks unless you click one of the share buttons. Learn more.