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How List The Size Of Folders And Files


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#1 Ian S. Baffled

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 05:06 AM

Disk Degragmentor says my disk is 93% full and says I must delete some files in order to run it. I therefore need to see a tabulation of all my folders with the size of each one shown. I can't figure out how to do that. Start>Explore shows me the folders, but not how big they are, unless I drill down and look file by file, which would take a month. Can anyone help, please? Ian.

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 05:18 AM

One way is to right click on a folder and select Properties, which will show you how much space is being used by the folder and its contents.

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 09:44 AM

I would suggest using a file utility such as Sequoia View:

http://w3.win.tue.nl/nl/onderzoek/onderzoe...n/sequoiaview//

A "lighter" application is Jam Software's Tree Size

http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml

Either of these free applications will give you enough information to make some decisions.

Have you already run the Windows Disk Cleanup Utility?

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