Free O&O DiskStat 2 Professional!

O&O DiskStat 2 Professional is a program that helps users analyze hard drive space usage on their computers. Here are the major features as per the developer:

For a limited time (until 4/4/2010) users can get O&O DiskStat 2 Professional for free! To get O&O DiskStat 2 Professional for free, follow these simple directions:

Supported OS: Windows 2000 Pro/XP/Vista/Win7

Version being given out for free: v2.0.396

Free updates: Unknown

NOTE: The download links given to you at the “registration confirmation” page are incorrect – don’t use them!

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail you registered with. There should be an e-mail from “O&O Register <register@oo-software.com>” with the subject of “Your free license for O&O DiskStat 2 Professional Edition”. In the e-mail you will find your registration information:

Keep this registration information safe because you will need it soon.

NOTE: If you do not have the above mentioned e-mail, please be patient. It took 3-4 hours for the e-mail to arrive to my Gmail account; my Hotmail/Trashmail accounts still have not received it.

  • Download (32-bit version | 64-bit version) and install O&O DiskStat 2 Professional (26 MB download).
  • After installation, run O&O DiskStat 2 Professional and register it with the registration information you received via e-mail:

  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting O&O DiskStat 2 Professional, post below and I will try to help.

Thanks Karen!

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11 comments

  1. Numsekrummen.dk

    I could’nt help it… Its Free.. Had to try it.

    When I look up in the left corner of the program window.. it says: O&O DiskStat 2 Standard… And not Pro edition as it should be? How come?

    Cheers \o/

  2. robertmc8

    I got mine to using gmail account. show up quick But I don’t want installed yet because building new system soon :) I think you can installed the key anytime you want along you got it right?

  3. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @Joji: I checked my junk e-mail and I did too =P.

    @MikeR: Cool. Hopefully it will be posted by the weekend.

    @Aang: O&O promotions are rarely time limited; heck I don’t even expect this one to be. However, I put “4/4/2010″ because that is what Karen said. Where she got that number I am not sure. So you may be right but I think it is not for one day only. Either way, we will find out in less than 24 hours :P.

  4. MikeR

    Yup, I’ve received the same email “Easter Offer” from O&O together with a 25% discount voucher for the developer’s other products.

    But I haven’t gone ahead because although I rate O&O as one of the better software developers out there, the 26Mb download size of this particular $30 app doesn’t suggest that elegant coding has been to the fore.

    As Nevzat says, that’s a helluva size for an app of this type.

    I’ll await Ashraf’s upcoming review of whatever freeware it is he’s unearthed on his travels.

  5. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @Ashok: I use FastStone Capture. The last freeware version does not have the feature built in; the latest shareware version does. I bought the latest version since I use this software so much. In fact, if I remember properly, FastStone Capture is one of the only 3 software I have bought in the past 2-3 years, the other two being Windows 7 and Microsoft Office.

    Before I had the latest version of FS Capture, though, I used to just load my pictures into Paint.NET (free image editor) and use the “blur” filter to blur out certain parts of images. You may want to try that, but it gets kind annoying after a while.

    @Ron: Glad to see it worked for you.

    @Nevzat: Never really used TreeSize Free before so I can’t say; in fact I haven’t even really used DiskStat except installing it for screenshot purposes and giving it a very, very brief overlook. However, I am going to post about another similar (freeware) program in the coming days you may want to take a look at.

  6. Nevzat

    So, how it’s compared to “TreeSize Free” which is only 2 MB in size and has also a portable version? This O&O program seems 26 MB, just to find the file/folder sizes, it seems enormous!

  7. Ron

    I got an email about this from O&O before I woke up this morning. It took at least a couple of hours to get the license/download info to my gmail account. I won’t be able to check it out until tomorrow. For anyone who hasn’t participated in O&O giveaways or ever bought their software, be advised they will occasionally send email offers…mostly I ignore them.