Posted by : Deepak Vasudevan Sunday, March 30, 2008

TreeSize Freeware


Prathiba had a strange problem in her system. Her Windows folder was showing a different size from right click of the node on the tree and the figure was just varying when we did a select all of the object on the right hand side. We tried all ways of displaying hidden fields but to no avail. I put the question onto CodeProject forums here and Mike Dimmick (CodeProject MVP) helped us with TreeSize tool from JAM software along with a tip that 'Operating System files' are to be displayed.

I just checked the free edition of TreeSize and feel that it is a very good tool to be part of our Windows toolbox. Some of the good features are:

  1. Quickly tell where is the freespace being hiding under.
  2. Windows explorer shell-integrated
  3. The folder scanning is done in a separate thread and hence it is very user-friendly.
  4. The tool is a freeware
  5. The tool is available for a diversified range of Windows including 9x, 2000, XP and Vista.
Check out the tool website here and the tool also has a paid commercial version with more features

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