FolderSizes 6.1.61 for Windows

by Key Metric Software, LLC

Avg. Rating 3.1 (28 votes)

File Details

File Size 13.6 MB
License Shareware, $55.00
Operating System Windows Home Server/Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,032
Publisher Key Metric Software, LLC
Homepage FolderSizes

Publisher's Description

FolderSizes is a powerful, network-enabled disk space analysis utility which provides users and network administrators alike with deep insights into how their local and network drive space is being consumed. It employs an advanced, multi-threaded file system scanning engine that works against mapped drives, UNC paths, and local devices. FolderSizes can export its disk space analysis reports in a variety of formats, including HTML, XML, and more... all accessible via a command interface for scheduling and systems integration. Free 15 day trial period.

Latest Reviews

molumen

molumen reviewed v4.0.0.0 on Apr 24, 2007

I give it a 3 because USD 50 is too much for such a software, and because it seemed a little bloated when I ran the trial version.

I use a freeware small program called Scanner, and it gives me all the instruents I need.
take it here:
http://www.steffengerlach.de/freeware/

TomasF

TomasF reviewed v3.6.0.0 on Mar 5, 2006

Very nice and effective disk content drill-down tool. I find the commandline interface and xml output particularly useful at it allows me to extend it by making my own web based reports. Also, the developer is extremely helpful and responsive.

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v3.3.0.0 on Apr 11, 2005

This version has a few problems by net-drives (Novell). I test it on two computers with german OS (Windows XP). It hangs permanently, if i scan compressed folders; then it create a "localisation error".
A alternative I found unter http://www.jam-software.de - call TreeSize prof.

Better you use TreeSize professionell (www.jam-software.de)-you receive special reduce prices for students and you can install a lot of languages.

CyberHobo

CyberHobo reviewed v3.3.0.0 on Apr 11, 2005

The best in it's class. Scans quickly and provides professional looking graphs, both pie and bar. Results can be exported in several kinds of formats. Excellent customer support. Seems author doesn't sleep until application issues are resolved.

Andrey Pyasetskiy

Andrey Pyasetskiy reviewed v3.3.0.0 on Apr 10, 2005

It is completly useless for Total Commander users that can use DirSizeCalc plugin for free:
http://www.totalcmd.net/plugring/dirsizecalc.html

TomasF

TomasF reviewed v2.6.0.2 on Aug 1, 2004

An excellent diskspace monitoring solution with powerful reporting and export features, including xml, and good commandline support for scripting and scheduling.

ziria

ziria reviewed v2.02 Beta on Dec 19, 2003

What a piece of crap! "quickly and efficiently" my butt.
I only have a 30GB drive and it definitely took more than "quickly and efficiently" I'll stick to my Windows Explorer, thank you very much.

Oh, watch out when you uninstall this software. I don't know what I did, but it screwed up my registry big time.

I think there's some spyware in the beta too. My ZoneAlarm went nuts when I launch the program.

"Just Say No!"

rotjong

rotjong reviewed v2.02 Beta on Dec 18, 2003

Nice program but it's NOT freeware even though the beta website mentions it being free in window title.

beta_boy

beta_boy reviewed v2.01 Beta on Dec 18, 2003

This is easily the best program in this class of applications. I actually bought the thing one day after I tested the new beta - it's that good.

This one should not be missed.

mmatheny

mmatheny reviewed v2.01 Beta on Dec 11, 2003

For a great freeware one, look for TreeView.

Avg. Rating 3.1 (28 votes)
Your Rating
molumen

molumen reviewed v4.0.0.0 on Apr 24, 2007

I give it a 3 because USD 50 is too much for such a software, and because it seemed a little bloated when I ran the trial version.

I use a freeware small program called Scanner, and it gives me all the instruents I need.
take it here:
http://www.steffengerlach.de/freeware/

TomasF

TomasF reviewed v3.6.0.0 on Mar 5, 2006

Very nice and effective disk content drill-down tool. I find the commandline interface and xml output particularly useful at it allows me to extend it by making my own web based reports. Also, the developer is extremely helpful and responsive.

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v3.3.0.0 on Apr 11, 2005

This version has a few problems by net-drives (Novell). I test it on two computers with german OS (Windows XP). It hangs permanently, if i scan compressed folders; then it create a "localisation error".
A alternative I found unter http://www.jam-software.de - call TreeSize prof.

Better you use TreeSize professionell (www.jam-software.de)-you receive special reduce prices for students and you can install a lot of languages.

CyberHobo

CyberHobo reviewed v3.3.0.0 on Apr 11, 2005

The best in it's class. Scans quickly and provides professional looking graphs, both pie and bar. Results can be exported in several kinds of formats. Excellent customer support. Seems author doesn't sleep until application issues are resolved.

Andrey Pyasetskiy

Andrey Pyasetskiy reviewed v3.3.0.0 on Apr 10, 2005

It is completly useless for Total Commander users that can use DirSizeCalc plugin for free:
http://www.totalcmd.net/plugring/dirsizecalc.html

TomasF

TomasF reviewed v2.6.0.2 on Aug 1, 2004

An excellent diskspace monitoring solution with powerful reporting and export features, including xml, and good commandline support for scripting and scheduling.

ziria

ziria reviewed v2.02 Beta on Dec 19, 2003

What a piece of crap! "quickly and efficiently" my butt.
I only have a 30GB drive and it definitely took more than "quickly and efficiently" I'll stick to my Windows Explorer, thank you very much.

Oh, watch out when you uninstall this software. I don't know what I did, but it screwed up my registry big time.

I think there's some spyware in the beta too. My ZoneAlarm went nuts when I launch the program.

"Just Say No!"

rotjong

rotjong reviewed v2.02 Beta on Dec 18, 2003

Nice program but it's NOT freeware even though the beta website mentions it being free in window title.

beta_boy

beta_boy reviewed v2.01 Beta on Dec 18, 2003

This is easily the best program in this class of applications. I actually bought the thing one day after I tested the new beta - it's that good.

This one should not be missed.

mmatheny

mmatheny reviewed v2.01 Beta on Dec 11, 2003

For a great freeware one, look for TreeView.

jasonw

jasonw reviewed v1.0.2.0 on Dec 10, 2003

Yes, it's no longer freeware. This listing is simply out of date. Still, this is a great piece of software. The good ones don't usually stay free forever folks - try it anyway, you don't be disappointed.

mrichards

mrichards reviewed v1.0.2.0 on Dec 10, 2003

This software is excellent. Noticed some people were having problems downloading it, but those problems are long gone. It downloads now in a flash!

Fantastic tool for network admins! Can report drive spae usage across multiple network drives.

iax

iax reviewed v1.0.2.0 on Nov 4, 2003

Freeware? Lying bullshizz.. This is normal nagware/shareware. 15day eval.

jasonw

jasonw reviewed v1.0.0.4 Beta 2 on Aug 4, 2003

It looks like the site now has three download points! Really, truly an awesome piece of software.

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.0.0.4 Beta 2 on Jul 15, 2003

Very nice, does what it says, but the folder-name columns could do with being re-sizable in the lower right pane. Seen sequoiaview? http://www.win.tue.nl/sequoiaview/

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