Windows Explorer is generally good enough for most folks who need to browse their hard drives. There comes a time in every userís experience, though, for which Windows Explorer just isnít too convenient for the job. When the hard disk is nearly full, who hasnít spent way too much time trying to figure out which folders to look in first?
Yes, you can right click any folder and choose properties and then wait for the file size to calculate. But what you really need is a way to just quickly look in Explorer with as few clicks as possible and see which folders have the largest amount of data in them. You really wish there was a column in Windows Explorer that shows the size of a folder, donít you?
Well, not to worry! There is, indeed, a reliable, cheap and lightweight way to get this data.
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