The best graphics, probably, is the graphics, which is functional and useful. Though it’s a vital problem, which graphics is better (an eye-pleasing or a profit-bringing), all of us prefer to get some use even out of the design features.
Sequoia View is the program, which shows the example how to combine two these qualities in one software element. The aim of this program is to show you the visual structure of your system, including files, file directories, sub-directories… every element of the hierarchical tree of files on your PC. Perfect design decisions, which could be seen in the “how-to-show” features are combined with the functional visualization of your PC’s structure. You may decide how to optimize files, which of them should be replaced or removed and so on. I wouldn’t say that the program is very simple in usage, but if you are a beginner, what for do you need to know, how is it possible to optimize a hard drive’s memory structure or just to observe it? Sequoia needs Windows 98 and higher, its requirements are possible to fit. Now it’s your turn to make the decision.