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A normalWindows 2000 system contains approx. 6000 to 100000 files in the WINDOWSdirectory alone. Printing these file names would result in a hard copy of 90-120 pages - printing all file names on your disc would consume considerablymore paper.That's whyTreeSize supports only the print-output for single, selected branches. Butthere's a way to achieve a quite similar goal : you can copy a complete resultlist for a drive to the clipboard and paste it into a spreadsheet or a databasetable for further processing. Please refer to the manual for furtherinformation on the subject "Copy files".
Any search configuration, including a duplicate file search, can be saved to an XML file. This XML file can be passed to TreeSize again at the command line:
TreeSize.exe /SEARCH "DupeSearch.XML"
You can schedule a search also using "Tools" / "Schedule TreeSize Task" from the TreeSize main program window.
Yes, this pop up can be turned off under "Options > Directory Tree -> Show tooltips in Directory Tree".
Yes, this is possible by scanning the path
You can use the seach type "Biggest Files" of the TreeSize File Search. The results can be exported in different ways.
Please reduce the maximum number of threads and their priority at "Tools > Options > General > Search Engine".
I 'm sorry, this is not yet possible inside Treesize. You could export the paths to the files using the "File" menu of the TreeSize File Search and run a command line like this:
FOR /F %i IN (C:\Paths.txt) DO XCACLS %i /G username:o
XCACLS.EXE is part of the Windows Server Ressource Kit.
You can print, save or copy the list using the appropriate buttons in the menu bar or the right click menu.
By default customers will be informed about new updates by email, unless this feature was deactivated in the personal settings of our customer's area. In addition to that, TreeSize regularly checks if there is an update available and notifies you about.
There is currently no way to print a complete directroy report sorted by the date of last change / last access. But by exporting to an Excel file and sorting the worksheet using Excel you will achieve a very similar result.
Most likely your Explorer Options are set to show hidden and system files. You can however see these files on the "Details" tab of TreeSize. You will probably find a very large file named "Pagefile.sys" there which is the swap file of Windows.