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FolderSizes 184.108.40.206 offers a powerful, network-enabled disk space analysis utility which helps you manage your disk space usage effectively.
It employs an advanced, multi-threaded file system scanning engine that works against mapped drives, UNC paths, and local devices. FolderSizes can export its disk space analysis reports in a variety of formats, including HTML, XML, and more? all accessible via a command interface for scheduling and systems integration.
Benefits & Solutions:
- 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, etc.
- Find recently saved files without knowing their names (find recently modified);
- Find files owned by a specific individual or group;
- View the "size on disk" (actual space consumed) for any file or folder;
- Visualize the distribution of files by file type, age, and size;
- Find and eliminate empty folders (new & improved method in v4.5);
- Search files by nearly any file attribute combination (improved in v4.5);
- Schedule the generation of nearly any FolderSizes report (Pro edition only).
- Added support for Windows 7.
- FolderSizes now ships with a 64-bit version of its shell context menu for improved compatibility with 64-bit editions of Windows.
- Main window visualizations (pie, bar, and treemap graph views) can now show allocated disk space (a "size on disk" computation that factors in cluster overhang, sparse file sizes, compressed file sizes, etc.) through the use of a new button in the graph pane toolbar.
- Exporting reports in XML format is now vastly more scalable and memory efficient (the process now writes directly to disk, with minimal memory usage).
- Main window XML exports now include disk space information (similar to the information available within the docking drive space panel).
- A new "length" column has been added to the search window result list. This column is visible by default, and shows the length of the associated file or folder name. When the "count full path length" search option is engaged, the "length" column will reflect the full file system path lengths.
- Search results and all file report detail views can now be exported as XML (previously, only main window reports could be exported in XML format).
- Updated the integrated scheduler to provide support for XML export when scheduling file report or search tasks.
- The file system scan error reporting window can now be resized.
- If the "follow reparse points" option is engaged, FolderSizes will only follow links that point outside of the current scan directory. This prevents certain folders from being counted more than once during file system scans, and will also prevent recursion loops.
- Added an "exclude folders from search results" switch to the FolderSizes search facility. This feature is switched on automatically when drilling down into certain file reports (which launches a search), improving consistency between these two systems.
- Added "allocated" detail view column to the following file reports: file type, attribute, size, name, duplicates, and date.
- Added the ability to search (or filter) by allocated file system object size (e.g. "size on disk").
- Minor adjustments to allocated disk space calculations for compressed files of small size.
- Improvements to the bar graph drawing routines to sharpen the appearance of the bars.
- The options controlling the number of entries shown in the largest and oldest file reports has been moved to their respective report windows (and out of the general file report options window) for more intuitive access and improved consistency.
- The "largest" and "file sizes" reports can now optionally perform their comparisons by allocated file size (e.g. "size on disk").
- Sorting speed for the following file report detail views has been greatly improved: oldest, largest, duplicate, and file type.
- Keyboard shortcuts within the search and file report generation windows would stop working under certain circumstances.
- Resolved an issue with bar graph widths not computing correctly in rare circumstances.
- The banding graph of the largest files report would produce inaccurate results under very specific circumstances.
- The default number of entries in the largest and oldest file reports were inconsistent between the option display and the report generation process.
- Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 / 2008;
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 or later;
- Pentium 250 MHz or higher processor;
- 64MB (or more) RAM.
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