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FOLDERSIZES - Desktop PCs and servers can quickly end up
accumulating large quantities of unused, temporary, and duplicate
files. Before you know it, you're out of drive space, backups are
taking far too long to run, and users can't find the data they need
when they need it. You need a visual, interactive software tool to
help you manage disk usage. You need FolderSizes. FolderSizes is an
award-winning, network-enabled disk space analysis tool. It can
quickly isolate large, old, temporary, and duplicate files, or even
show file distribution by type, attributes, or owner. All with
multiple export formats, command-line support, shell context menu
integration, and much more.
FolderSizes goes far beyond the capabilities of competing solutions
by combining several tools into one: Disk Space Explorer - Awesome
detail view, coupled with stunning graphical bar and pie graphs
Duplicate File Report - Quickly isolate and manage duplicate files
within any folder or volume Largest Files Report - FolderSizes can
quickly show you which files are eating up the most space Oldest Files
Report - Use your own criteria to find old files that may no longer be
needed Temporary File Report - Eliminate temp file clutter left over
Discover which users are consuming the most space on local and network
drives File Types & Attributes Reports - See the distribution of disk
space by file type or attributes Drive Space Monitor - Instant,
at-a-glance view of any local, mapped, or removable disk File Sizes,
Names & Dates Reports...
� Powerful, Intuitive, and Incredibly Fast �
FolderSizes provides an engaging, interactive disk space analysis
experience that you must try yourself to truly appreciate. More than
just a series of great-looking reports, FolderSizes allows you to
visualize your disk space usage from multiple perspectives.
FolderSizes has a world-wide user base of IT professionals, power
users, and enterprises of all sizes - each looking to maximize their
storage resources and minimize waste. It employs an amazing,
multi-threaded file system scanning engine that shows you results
immediately - as the scan is progressing!
Explore, visualize, and comprehend local and network storage
Reclaim gigabytes of drive space - fast!
Improve storage capacity planning capability
Find the disk space hogs with just a few clicks
Manage and monitor disk space across the network (Pro edition only)
Publish disk usage reports right to your web server share
Streamline file systems to optimize backups
Monitor and enforce employee data storage policies
Find excessively long file names that interfere with CD storage,
Find recently saved files without knowing their names (find recently
Find files owned by a specific individual or group
View the "size on disk" (actual space consumed) for any file or
Visualize the distribution of files by file type, age, and size
Find and eliminate empty folders
Search files by nearly any file attribute combination
Schedule the generation of nearly any FolderSizes report (Pro
edition only)
Hierarchical folder map visualization (based upon treemap
Integrated scheduler (Pro edition only)
Unicode file and folder name support
Interactive, dynamic, full-color bar and pie graphs
Fast, multi-threaded, network-aware file system scanning
Isolate largest, oldest, duplicate, and temporary files
View disk space utilization by file type / attributes
View local & network disk space usage by owner / group
Command line interface for scripting & integration (Pro edition
FilterZip regular-expression based compression system
See total & free space for fixed, removable, network drives
Export reports in HTML, XML (Pro edition only), CSV, and more
Integrates with the Windows shell context menu (32 and 64 bit
Extremely configurable - colors, fonts, print options, etc.
Flexible, multi-path oriented search and file reporting systems
Strong support for viewing allocated disk space (e.g. "size on
"Command Prompt from Here" in all context menus
Super-fast, in-memory database provides stunning performance
Support for direct entry of UNC network paths in all reports
Optional symbolic link skipping
Version 5.6.44 (Released August 30, 2011)
� Feature: New threading subsystem for File Reports improves file
report generation performance significantly when reporting against
multiple paths (network paths benefit the most).
� Feature: Achieved a near 40% reduction in memory usage in many
common file report generation scenarios.
� Feature: Performance of duplicate file report CSV export has
been significantly improved.
� Feature: The temp path filename used when zipping email
attachments is now time-stamped to improve concurrency potential.
� Feature: XML load and compare functions now show true file read
progress (rather than using an indeterminate marquee progress
� Feature: Personal edition licenses are no longer contrained from
analyzing network storage paths with FolderSizes (feature limitation
has been removed).
� Feature: FolderSizes now exposes several file system analysis
"tasks" to the Windows 7 taskbar.
� Feature: The user interface now allows users to execute File
Reports and Searches while a main window analysis is in progress.
� Feature: Added the ability to save program options to (and later
re-load from) file.
� Feature: Added a new "loadoptions" command line argument that
can be used to re-load previously saved program options during command
line execution. See help for details.
� Bug fix: Duplicate file report export was not honoring "include
column headers" and "merge CSS into HTML" configuration options.
� Bug fix: FolderMap option for highlighting rectangles as the
mouse moved over them was not working.
� Bug fix: Minor fix to command line argument spacing generated by
task scheduler (did not affect command line parsing).
� Bug fix: Certain scan data window icons were incorrect for
specific file system node states.
� Bug fix: Improved error handling in rare cases where XML import
thread initialization fails.
� Bug fix: Enabling the early file owner data binding option would
negatively (and improperly) affect scan data import functionality.
� Bug fix: Resolved rare crash that could occur when a command
line job contained only invalid paths (and then attempted to export
the results).
� Bug fix: Triggering a command line export against an invalid
path will no longer result in an empty file.