Find spaces consumed by different folders using FolderSize
The name of the software which we are going to discuss is FolderSize, a product of MindGems Inc. FolderSize is an application that will help in finding out the spaces consumed by different folders. You can see disk space consumed by each folder either in bar chart or in pie chart format. FolderSize displayed all our drives with their total size, space used, and free space. FolderSize focuses on giving usage details in different data size units, including Bytes, KiloBytes, MegaBytes, and GigaBytes. This enables user to promptly find out smallest files without having to scroll down the space usage report in order to view tiny useless junk files.
FolderSize is simple to use. First choose the drive from main navigation bar present in left sidebar, choose a folder which is to be analyzed and click play – imaged button on toolbar to start the space usage analysis process. It will start listing down underlying sub – folder and files in main window with histograms showing the total disk space usage percentage for each listed file and folder. You can also export current folder and disk space usage chart image in JPG format by selecting File >Export Chart Image and saving the image. You can also delete folders or files, open files with associated application using double click, and show windows folder or file properties dialog. FolderSize( version 2.9) consumes just 1.71 MB of your vital hard disk.
FolderSize is available for free to use.
FolderSize works on Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
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