Determine Size of Folders with GetFoldersize
March 15, 2010 | Filed under Software;
By right clicking on the drive letter from My Computer and selecting Properties, we can know how how many free and used space on that drive. However there are no easy way to tell how many folders or files on a path or even where most of the space being taken with one single look. There are plentiful of such software that is able to display the hard drive usage and GetFoldersize is one of them.
GetFoldersize allows you to determine the size of folders and sub-folders on your hard drive. Determine which programs are taking up your hard disk space. For each folder, you can display the total file size and the number of files and subfolders in the folder.
* Freeware for private and commercial use
* Determine the size of folders and sub-folders on drives, media storages, CD/DVDs, network shares…
* Fast scan algorithm
* Scan file and folder paths with an overall length of up to 32,000 characters and file and folder names containing Unicode characters
* Scan an unlimited number of files and folders
* Show the number of file and/or folder of all files and subfolders
* Display the file size in Bytes, Kilobytes, Megabytes and Gigabytes
* Print the folder tree
* Save the folder tree and information into a text file
* Start GetFoldersize and scan folders right from the windows explorer context menu
Users might be familiar in using GetFoldersize because the interface is very similar to the Windows Explorer. All it takes is just a click to switch between the size measurements and also hiding or displaying certain features and windows. GetFoldersize is free and compatible with Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008 and 7 both 32 and 64 bot.