Is there a simple way to determine what is using disk space on a Mac OS X installation? Obviously single files and directories is straightforward, but how about at a slightly higher level customisable overview for the whole of your drive?
Is it possible to get a sort of "management overview" of your drive that for example shows % space used, and than breaks that down into something simple to understand like:
90% of 100Gb used total, of which: 20Gb is Applications 30Gb is iTunes 12Gb is Photos 5Gb is Application Support files 13Gb is OS files 10Gb is other Home Directory contents
Bonus points is there is a simple way to also track this information over time, for example:
90% of 100Gb used total, of which: 20Gb is Applications, 20% increase since last month 30Gb is iTunes, 10% increase since last month 12Gb is Photos, No change 5Gb is Application Support files, 3% decrease since last month 13Gb is OS files No change 10Gb is other Home Directory contents, 4% increase since last month
Obviously all figures are pulled out of a hat.
To be clear, I am looking at sensibly grouped collections of files, not full on listings of every directory by name. DaisyDisk is excellent, but it doesn't really fit the bill for what I am looking for. Crazy detail isn't what I need, just a management overview of space for a high level "audit" of space for want of a better word.