Knowledge Base

TreeSize



Question / Problem

Is there a limit on the size of disk being searched?

Answer / Solution

Since TreeSize holds file information of scanned directory structures in your system RAM, the theoretically maxiumum disk size that can be scanned or searched by TreeSize is only imitated by your systems memory. 

The 32 bit edition of TreeSize can use a maximum of 2 GB RAM (default for Windows applications). This is sufficient for most Home or Small Business environments.

For larger file system structures with several million of files, we recommend the native TreeSize 64 bit edition which is available in TreeSize Professional.