If you are looking for Folder Size, you have come to the right place. We explain what Folder Size is and point you to the official download.
What is Folder Size?
Folder Size is open-source software that analyzes hard drives and displays folder and file sizes so that checking the disk space distribution is made easier, it also shows the percentage of the size files and folders occupy. Folders can be identified and managed by its size (i.e. from largest to smallest and vice versa) so that the user can point out which files are mostly occupying the disk spaces. This software scans all files including subfolders for their size identification.
The Folder Size software has a progressive scanning feature which lets the user scan everything beginning from the point of interruption. It can scan folders one at a time or the entire hard drive all at once. This software aims to help the user clean up their disk space through providing a neat report on all file and folder sizes.
Folder Size has an extensive number of features which gives detailed information for all folders and files including the name, size, percentage, number of files inside a folder, number of subfolders, creation and modification time and the time of the last known access by the folder owner or a group.
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File types supported by Folder Size
Our users primarily use Folder Size to open these file types:
About file types supported by Folder Size
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Last updated: : October 19, 2013