September 30, 2016

Space Radar Electron 3.3.0




Space Radar Electron is a disk space visualizer that allows interactive Sunburst and Treemap charting of your disk space and memory. Space Radar Electron can be used as an alternative to the Windows default disk space viewer to get a detailed analysis of disk usage with a very eye-pleasing and collaborative chart.

Space Radar Electron Key Features:
  • User-friendly interface
  • Analyze your hard drive disk space and memory
  • Analyze disk contents from a remote server
  • Previews visualization as disk is being scanned
  • Allow drilldown of directories
  • Breadcrumbs and navigation


Last Update: October 25, 2015

Current Version: 3.3.0

License: Freeware

Languages: Multiple Languages

Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32-Bit, 64-Bit)
Mac OS X 10.8 or later

Developer: Joshua Koo

Homepage: Space-Radar.com

  • Many Bug fixes
  • Disk scanning is moved to a webview process
  • Investigated various RPC methods. Now uses LocalStorage + FileSystem IPC message passing
  • Reduce memory usage (and Electron crashes) by not caching key paths
  • Tested on > 100GB & 2M files
  • Improvements to user interactivity esp on hover states
  • To prevent renderer process from hitting heap mem limit (1.5GB), all previous data is null, with dom elements removed to reduce memory pressure
  • Allow target selection for disk usage scanning
  • Locate path in Finder
  • Env Debug Flags