GetFoldersize is free disk space analyzer for determining folder sizes on your hard drive. This can be very useful when determining which subfolders and folders are taking the most space on your hard drive. No matter what type of medial storage device that you have, you can determine the folder sizes by using this free disk space analyzer.
GetFolderSize displays the information in a text file. You can also start this program from the Windows Explorer menu and display the size of the files in these different sizes, KB, B, GB, MB.
How to Display Folder Size:
Using GetFoldersize free Windows software is easy to do. Once you have clicked on the download link, the download will automatically begin. Once it is downloaded, simply install it by double clicking on the program icon. It will automatically launch from Windows Explorer. It will begin scanning unlimited number of subfolders and folders immediately.
GetFoldersize works with Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 and Windows 7. The user interface is easy to understand and use. Once the program is launched simply click on the interface to begin taking a look at all your folder sizes.
GetFoldersize also helps you to scan files using Unicode and uses up to 32,000 characters in the file name. You can also show the number of subfolders and folders very easily. You can also print the folder tree and save all information into a text document for easy reference. This program has a fast algorithm for quick searching of all files, sub files and trees in your media device so that you know which files are taking up the most space.
Here are some of the features of GetFolderSize:
- Start from Windows Explorer
- Determine size of folders on any type of drive or media storage device
- Fast Scan algorithm
- Scan unlimited numbers of subfolders/ file folders
- Print folder tree
- Show number of files
- Display file size in Gigabytes, Kilobytes, Megabytes and Bytes
- Save information into text file
- Scan using either Unicode or 32,000 character file names