Folder Size Explorer is a free disk space analyzer software to automatically show size of all folders present in your hard drive. Apart from this, it also shows the size of sub-folders and number of files present in any folder. Unlike other folder size viewer software, you can use this software to check size of folders in Bytes, KB, MB, and GB.
Another unique and very interesting feature of this software is that it automatically counts the total number of folders and files present in a particular hard drive and folder. Manually it could be very time-consuming, but this software makes this task quite simple.
Its clean interface helps to view folder size, files count, sub-folders count, and type (folder, image file, file, etc.) separately in columns. See the screenshot below:
Other Important Features Present In This Free Disk Space Analyzer:
- It provides a feature to search for a particular file/folder present in hard drive or inside a folder.
- It also helps to automatically generate and view MD5 hash value, SHA-1, and SHA-256 value of all files. You don’t require any standalone hash value calculator software separately.
- You can select whether you want to see size of folders in Bytes, KBs, MBs, or GBs.
- Data can be exported as CSV file to PC.
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How To View Size of Folders, Auto Count Sub-folders, and Files With This Freeware?
Download this software using link available at the end of this review. It is less than 2 MB in size. Extract the downloaded archive and run the setup file. After completing the installation process, you can open its interface to check the size of folders.
On the left side on its interface, it provides navigation pane. Using this pane, you can switch to a particular directory or hard drive quickly. At right side, it will show you name of folder/file present in that hard drive, size of each folder, total number of files present in that parent folder, total number of folders present in that parent folder, status (item is ok or not), and type of item. You can also double-click any folder to further explore sub-folders and files.
At top part on its interface, you can select MD5, SHA-1, and SHA-256 options to view hash value of files. Once you have got the result in front of you, you can also export the data as csv file.
Folder Size Explorer has advantage over many other similar software. It can auto count the total number of sub-folders and files present in a folder. Result is presented to you in columns on its neat interface which makes it more convenient.
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