- Windows 8.1
- Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows Server 2003 - 2012
(32 and 64 Bit)
News15 Apr 2014
HeavyLoad V3.3.1 - Minor fixes and improvements have been incorporated.04 Apr 2014
SpamAssassin for Windows V126.96.36.199: Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.0 has been integrated.03 Apr 2014
TreeSize Free 3.0.1 released: Minor problems with directory tree updates have been fixed.28 Mar 2014
SpamAssassin in a Box V2.0: Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.0-RC5 was integrated, XML-based configuration and new folder structures have been added.20 Mar 2014
Exchange Server Toolbox V5.0.1 - Full Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 support.
Disk space management tools put to the test
Your hard disk is full, there’s no free disk space left – time to clean up your hard drive! But which tool do you choose? Is TreeSize Free sufficient or should you get the Professional Edition? And why is TreeSize an alternative to WinDirStat?
Let’s take a look at the features…
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TreeSize Free is a powerful freeware offering you a fast and compact overview over the disk space usage on your system.
Start TreeSize Free as an administrator and see the size of all directories – even those you don’t have access to! The files’ content is never read, so Windows security and user privacy are protected.
TreeSize is a great alternative to WinDirStat: decide via the right-click-menu whether a folder shall be refreshed, scanned, ignored once, or excluded from any further scans. TreeSize Free shows NTFS-compression rates and enables you to apply NTFS-compression to folders with a single click.
Print your scan reports with TreeSize Free or save them via a PDF-printing function. You need to export your scan results? In this case we recommend TreeSize Professional: print detailed reports and diagrams or export them to different formats such as MS Excel.
TreeSize Professional offers additional features helping you find the space hogs, such as graphical visualization of hard disk usage, a versatile file search, a duplicate search and full NTFS support.
(Effective July 2012)