TreeSize Free 2.3
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TreeSize Free 2.3 is a freeware for Windows 2000/XP/Vista, which can inform you about where the space of hard disk has gone to. You can start running it from the context menu of a folder or drive, and it will tell you the size of this folder, including its subfolders.
You can expand this folder in Explorer-like style and you will see the size of every subfolder. Scanning is done in a thread, so you can already see results while TreeSize Free is working. The space, which is wasted by the file system, can be displayed and the results can be printed in a report. TreeSize supports Unicode file names and considers NTFS compression when calculating the allocated disk space.
- The [Files] items in the directory tree are now expandable and show the individual files after being expanded.
- It is now possible to customize the gradient in the background of the tree in the Options menu.
- User settings are now stored in an XML file instead of the Windows registry.
- It is now possible to adjust the number of decimals of the size values in the View menu.
- TreeSize Free will now use up to 2 threads for scanning instead of 1. In the Personal Edition and the Professional Edition the number of threads is not limited and will be adjusted automatically based on the system load.
- Bugfix: When changing the sort type after a scan, subfolders of non expanded directories were not sorted correctly after expanding.
- Improved performance
- Several minor bug fixes and improvements have been incorporated.
- Windows 200X/XP/Vista,
- Internet Explorer 6
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