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There are 3 options to achieve this:
- For the export in question, enable the option "Tools > Options > Export > [Export Type] > Exported Eelements > Include single files in export" and perform the export using "File > Export".
- You may use our free command line tool "FileList: https://www.jam-software.com/filelist/
- You may use the TreeSize File search and perform a custom search that matches all files by using the pattern "*". Using "File > Export" you can export the result list in various formats.
- You scan the path with the TreeSize main module and then chose "File > Export > Copy list of files".
Please open the help file and see the chapter "Schedule TreeSize Tasks".
By default TreeSize will use the columns that have been set under "Tools > Options > Export" when it was used the last time. To force the columns on the command line, export your current options through "Tools > Options > Export" to a file and supply this config file on the command line using the command line option /OPTIONS .
Please switch to "View > Allocated Space" and see if this helps. If not then the system does not report the size correctly.
This is a recently used list. If it bothers you, you can adjust the number of entries under: View > Options > Number of folders in the recently used list
No, TreeSize cannot synchronize folder.
The date intervals can be adjusted under: Tools > Options > Age of Files.
You have to switch to the Excel 2007+ format by using the .XLSX file extensions.
We have just installed both Total Commander and TreeSize Pro on a Windows XP test system and both is working fine.
You can adjust the intervals used for the "age of files" statistics under: Tools > Options > Age of Files
The custom search type of the TreeSize File Search, which can be opened through the Windows Start or the TreeSize Tools menu, is also very suitable to get a list of files accessed or not accessed in a certain time range.
We are sorry, but TreeSize is not a folder comparison tool, so this is not possible. TreeSize can however show the size increases of a file system branch between two scans, using the XML export feature.