Folder Size - Features

Folder Sizes In Windows 10 - Free Folder Size Explorer

The Folder Size explorer tool is provided in three variations - Free, Personal, and Professional (Pro). The table below lists the differences in functionality between them.

The best choice for common use is the PRO version. If you need licenses for multiple users consider the Corporate version. The standard version is a feature-limited budget solution - we do not recommend it unless you are on a really tight budget.

Compatible with Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7/Vista (Both 32 & 64 Bit)

Scan folders and drives
Display charts
Detailed information for all files and folders
Can locate files in Windows Explorer
Can delete files
Can open files with their associated program
"Scan with Folder Size" Explorer context menu
Scan local and external drives
Largest Files Report & Largest Folders Report
Apply file stem changes to scan results
Save/load projects
Filtering options
Print results
Oldest Files Report & Oldest Folders Report
Newest Files Report & Newest Folders Report
Copy, Cut, Paste, and Rename files and folders in the application
Copy, Cut, and Paste from/to Windows Explorer
Full Windows Explorer context menu in the application
Empty Files & Folders Report
Export results to CSV or XML
Longest paths and file names report
Network locations scan
Mapped drives scan
Command line options
Server operating systems
Scan multiple folders - command line & Drag & Drop
Simultaneous scan of multiple folders & drives
Lifetime License

Folder Size is a powerful FREE utility that can analyze your computer and display all the file and folder sizes. You can easily check the distribution of your disk space as the tool will provide detailed information on the file and folder sizes including their subfolders.

The Explorer-style interface is very intuitive and easy to use. Folder Size will display the folder tree on the left and the size of the folders and the files in a neat table on the right. You can also see the percentage of the file or folder size compared to its parent. The results can be sorted via different criterion so you can sort them by folder size in order to find the largest items.