Show What Type of Categorized Files is in Your Windows Computer
March 7, 2010 | Filed under Software;
Even though hard drive space are getting bigger and bigger, so are you files that are calculated in gigabytes. All blueray ripped files are surely to take up more than 1GB of space. There are tools to tell easily show which directory in your computer is taking up a lot of space but can you answer how much is taking up specifically for music and audio files, images, pictures and graphic files, programs, extensions and script files, windows files, documents, books and help files, and etc? Unless you put those files in the same category in a same folder, you will have a hard time finding it out.
But thanks to DiskSorter, it can search all the files on your computer and classify them into categorize. DiskSorter is a free, fast and easy-to-use file classification utility allowing one to classify and categorize files in one or more disks or directories. With one look you will be able to tell what file types are taking up most space. In addition, DiskSorter Pro provides advanced classification capabilities, performance tuning options and the ability to export file classification reports to the HTML, Excel CSV and text formats.
As you can see at the screenshot above, it is able to show you what category of files are taking up the hard drive space with percentage, amount of files and the file size. The bottom pane shows you in categorize by file size, and you can switch it to access time, modification time, creation time, user name and extension. It is very easy to use and all you need to do is click on the Classify button and select the directory that you want to start categorizing. Disk Sorter is a very useful program that is able to work on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Storage Server 2008.