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TreeSize 2.7

TreeSize 2.7
TreeSize 2.7

TreeSize Free shows where the disk space has gone to. It can be started from the context menu of a folder or drive and shows you the size of folders, subfolders and files. Displays also the NTFSRatio (NTFS compression rates).

Some people think that a hard drive with hundreds of free gigabytes needs little in the way of management. There's no need, they say - you're not going to run out of space for a very long time.

While they have a point, the reality is that hard drive clutter has a very real effect on your PC, no matter how much space you've got free. The more files you have, the longer it takes to search your hard drive, to defragment it, and to scan for viruses, for instance. Even navigating around in Explorer takes longer as the program has more work to do.

It pays to keep a careful eye on where your hard drive space has gone, then, and TreeSize Free is just the tool to help. Right-click a folder in Explorer, click TreeSize Free, and the program will open and display a list of all yourTreeSize Free is the sort of freeware we like a lot, something that adds a really useful feature that's unobtrusive when you don't need it and a right-click away when you do. It's great for getting an accurate view of just where all the trees are in your forest.

Here are some key features of "TreeSize":

 · Several exporting and reporting possibilities: Printed report (showing the directory structure), Excel, HTML, XML, text file, clipboard.
 · TreeSize Pro is able to save its data to an XML file and to load it again later.
 · A saved XML file can be used to compare it against the current version of the file system branch. The difference between the two scans will be displayed and makes it easy to see which folders have grown.
 · Support for Unicode file and folder names.
 · Statistics about file types and file owners on directory level.
 · High performance through Multithreading: Scan and view several folders at the same time, Automatic adjustment of the number of threads that are used for a scan.
 · See all details (size, allocated, wasted, percent, files) at a glance.
 · The visible columns can be configured separately for the TreeSize Pro window, Excel export, HTML Export, Text export and printed reports. A lot of optional columns are available.
 · A shell extensions is included that adds an additional TreeSize column to the Windows Explorer that is showing the size not only for files but also for folders.
 · 3D bar and pie charts can be displayed or printed
 · Values are displayed in the form: 1,234,567.0 kb. The number of decimals and the unit (KB/MB/GB/mixed) is configurable
 · The contents of a directory can be printed, including all files and the corresponding icons
 · The integrated multi-path file search helps you to find and archive the largest, oldest, obsolete and temporary files, e.g. invalid shortcuts or files owned by a non existant account.
 · You can search disks for obsolete files (like temporary files, browser cache files, etc.) and for very large files
 · Full support for NTFS compression (the compression rate is displayed too)and for symbolic links of NTFS5.
 · Ability to scan folders to which the current user does not have access to.
 · A list of all files in the scanned file system branch can be exported.
 · Small folders can be removed from the tree to have a better overview.
 · Command line options allow scheduled scans. An integrated wizard helps you to set up scheduled scans.
 · Help file and printable manual

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