Downloads Thread, TreePie ----> AT a glance who's eating your diskspace in Links, Downloads and Scripts; Just thought I'd let you know about TreePie.
I've been having some problems with certain departments eating a lot of ...
12th August 2010, 05:25 PM #1
TreePie ----> AT a glance who's eating your diskspace
Just thought I'd let you know about TreePie.
I've been having some problems with certain departments eating a lot of space and treepie has been invaluable in tracking down what space is used where.
Basically you give it a directory and it gives you a pie chart of the contents. Showing you which folders contain the most data. Beats right clicking until you find the culprit.
TreePie | Download TreePie software for free at SourceForge.net
2 Thanks to oxide54:
SimAda00 (12th August 2010), speckytecky (13th August 2010)
12th August 2010, 05:31 PM #2
Very nice, its a lot more lightweight than some of the others. I used to use TriDcomm to view file usage graphically with the added advantages of it being a file manager. I would be interest to see how this tool evolves in the future.
12th August 2010, 06:39 PM #3
WinDirStat is the daddy when it comes to quickly checking on sizes of files/folders!
WinDirStat - Windows Directory Statistics
2 Thanks to flyinghaggis:
oxide54 (12th August 2010), speckytecky (13th August 2010)
12th August 2010, 06:43 PM #4
and open source Sweet!!!
Originally Posted by flyinghaggis
12th August 2010, 09:41 PM #5
+1 for WinDirStat from me as well
12th August 2010, 11:56 PM #6
You guys have seen my customised windirstat? Latest LiteDirStat Release and Changelog
Basically I stripped out the drive select ui etc and all you do is give people shortcuts with the paths premade and it will let staff etc audit their space.
I have a vbs as well we use which only allows specific paths to be passed.
15th August 2010, 05:15 PM #7
No I haven't seen it until this moment
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