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    Software to graphically show folder sizes

    Does anyone know a piece of software(preferably freeware) that shows Folder sizes as nice Bar/Pie charts?

    I already have treesize pro, but its 30 day trial has just run out.

    The only thing I really need is for it to work with mapped or network drives.

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    I use WinDirStat for this. Opensource, thus free.

    http://windirstat.info/

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    I'd recomment buying Treesize to be honest, I've found it well worth the price, which isn't a lot anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I use WinDirStat for this. Opensource, thus free.

    http://windirstat.info/
    That is a truly outstanding piece of open source software, the graphical "area" view is very useful! It picked out the Video and Image files right away and made it very easy to reduce the size of my network drives.

    Now the only thing I need is software that scans the network drives and downsamples jpeg files automatically I have the XP powertool resizer, but it is time consuming!

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    RE:

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I use WinDirStat for this. Opensource, thus free.

    http://windirstat.info/
    I've used this program for a while, it's truly brilliant for keeping the little charmers home directories free of movie files!

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    I've used spacemonger before, just google it and it should come up.

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    SequoiaView has always been my choice



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