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TreeSize Free 2.7 Download
|Operating System:||Windows XP/Vista/7
32-bit program. Can run on both a 32-bit and 64-bit OS.
TreeSize Free is a utility that scans your hard drive and shows you how much hard drive space each folder on the particular partition is using. It is not uncommon to run out of space on a hard drive and one of the most frustrating things is not knowing which folders are using it all up. Using a program like TreeSize allows you to get a fast and easy overview of what folders are consuming the most space.
In many cases, you will find that an old program or game that you now longer use is taking up a tremendous amount of space. Using TreeSize you can find these applications and quickly determine if you want to remove it. Uninstalling the program and then deleting the folder allows you to recoup this hard drive space for other programs.
Every hard disk is too small if you just wait long enough. TreeSize Free tells you where precious disk space has gone.
TreeSize Free can be started from the context menu of a folder or drive and shows you the size of this folder, including its subfolders. Expand folders in an Explorer-like fashion and see the size of every subfolder. All results can also be drilled down to the file level. Scanning operations run in a thread, so you can already see results while TreeSize Free is working. The Explorer context menu is supported within TreeSize, as well as the usual drag & drop operations.
The disk space tool now also includes the main feature of our discontinued freeware NTFSRatio: TreeSize Free can display the NTFS compression rate and apply the NTFS compression on directory branches.
Start up TreeSize Free as an Administrator to calculate the sizes of directories for which access is ordinarily not granted. Since the content of the files will not be read automatically during this procedure, Windows security remains guaranteed.