TreeSize Free – See through every folder

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We are all familiar with the Windows Explorer, and i believe that in the daily use many people have found one of its biggest shortage, that is there is not a view method to allows us to see the size of each folder (or the contained file/folder numbers). So that when the disk space becoming insufficient, and you want to know which folder is taking up a lot of space, then it is doubly difficult.

TreeSize Free can solve this problem simply, it is convenient to view each folder size in its interface, and there are several kinds of arrangement and display modes (such as Size, Allocated Space, Percent, CD/DVD Size, File Count and Compression Rate), this makes the file/folder operation more convenient, more efficient, for this reason TreeSize Free is especially useful when we do a manual disk cleaning.

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