TreeSize Free is a useful app that makes managing your disk space easy, by providing accurate views of how much space any given group of files is taking up on your computer.
You can start TreeSize Free from the context menu of a folder or drive. It shows you the size of this folder, including its subfolders. If you need to see more info regarding any subfolders, you can expand folders and can see the size of every subfolder.
Key Features Include:
- Locate disk space issues.
- Monitor free space on mobile devices.
- Detailed overview.
TreeSize Free is pretty versatile as it is able to scan hard drives and mobile devices via MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) and WebDAV. It is also able to scan network shares and cloud drives. As TreeSize Free uses the MTF (Master File Table) for local NTFS drives, it guarantees ultra-fast, secure scans.
You can easily navigate folders and their sizes by key, color coded visualisation bars. The interface is clean and fresh showing you a stack of data including NTFS compression rates. The column view offers detailed information about files and folders including size, occupied disk space, number of files, last access, and owner.
Overall, this handy little utility occupies minimal disk space, uses a small amount of system resources and has an intuitive interface on standard and touch enabled devices.
TreeSize Free now supports exporting the result data of a scan to a PDF file.
TreeSize Free can now show customized folder icons optionally.
A new option to highlight large elements has been added. By default, TreeSize Free shows files and folders in bold that make up at least 15% of the overall scan.
TreeSize Free is now also available with Czech and Swedish translation.
Bugfix: Using Shift + Delete will now delete the files permanently again instead of moving them to the recycle bin.
Bugfix: The shortcut Ctrl + X to cut the selected files to the clipboard now works again as expected.
Bugfix: Aborting a deletion process no longer removes the affected elements from the view.
Bugfix: The position and size of the Treemap chart is now persisted and restored correctly on the next start of TreeSize Free.
Bugfix: The label assigned to a drive is now shown again.
A few minor fixes and improvements have been incorporated.