Folder Size - Explore Windows Folder Sizes

Folder Size Explorer - View Folder Sizes In Windows

Folder Size, Direcotry Size, Disk Size, Tree Size - find the size of your folders. Freeware file size analysis.

Folder Size FREEWARE will analyze your hard drives and display the file sizes and folder sizes so that you can easily check the distribution of your disk space. View the sizes of the folders and files and also the percentage of the total disk size that they occupy. Sort folders by size in order to identify the largest folders and the largest files. Identify which files or folders have filled up your drive. The application can scan your entire hard drive in minutes due to its optimized scan algorithms and list details on the tree size and file sizes.

In addition to scanning an entire hard drive Folder Size can also scan a single folder in order to save time. This tool will help you to easily cleanup your disk by listing all the file sizes and folder sizes in a neat report.

Folder Size can list backup folders, system folders, hidden folders, and also the system volume information folder. All the missing disk space will be revealed instantly.

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

Folder Size Features

Folder Size is a powerful FREE utility that can scan and display all the file sizes and folder tree sizes on your hard drives and network. Read this article If you wonder why folder sizes in Windows Explorer are missing.

Folder Size is extremely fast and DOES NOT affect the performance of your system.

Our tool DEOS NOT install services, file hooks or shell extensions. It will not impact the performance of your system and will not cause any issues or slow-downs.

Folder Size Windows 11, 10, 8, 7

Windows Explorer is the core file management tool in Microsoft Windows, but it does not list folder size. Many users think that this should be included by default and that they should not need an external tool, but they are totally wrong. Read this article if you want to know why Folder sizes in Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, and 2000, are missing. The article includes all the available options to display the folder sizes in Windows without using external tools. Though Windows provides several ways to show folder sizes in Windows Explorer, they are not very convenient if you want to perform a disk cleanup or view all folder sizes simultaneously.

Folder Size adds a Windows Explorer context menu "Scan with Folder Size" and you can use it to view the size of any folder and all its subfolders instantly. Such a menu is natively supported by Windows Explorer and does not have any performance impact. Folder Size does not install any services, file hooks, or shell extensions to your system. That is to say, unlike other tools it will not slow the system down in any way. The tool uses resources only when you start it. This is the best solution for listing the folder sizes in Windows.

Folder Size Command Line Parameters

Command-Line Parameters Usage: (Available only in Professional version)

FolderSize -scan “F:\mp3” -exp "d:\mp3_{DATE} {TIME}.xml;d:\mp3_{DATE} {TIME}.fsp;d:\mp3_{DATE} {TIME}.csv" –s

-scan <path> - specifies a path that will be scanned

-exp <semicolon delimited list of export formats> - Export command line parameter. Depending on the file extension will export the corresponding file type. Multiple formats can be exported at once by separating the paths with semicolons. The variables {DATE} and {TIME} will be replaced with the current date and time.

-s - stands for SILENT. Using the option the GUI will not be displayed during the scan and the application will exit after the command line actions are processed.

You can find all the command line options and their most up to date list in the application help file. There are many options to customize the export settings. If you want to export the file and folder sizes to EXCEL use the CSV file format. The CSV files are supported natively in Microsoft EXCLE and will be displayed in table format.

If you want to export all the files and folders listing as a tree structure use the XML format. XML files can be viewed in a web browser. Unlike the CSV table-view they represent a hierarchical tree view and are better suitable for listing file and folder structures.

You can find more information and details in this article: Export Folder Structure or Folder List to Excel, CSV or XML

Folder Size System Requirements