Show the 100 largest files
Your server or personal computer just stopped working because the system partition ran full of data. You need to free up disk space fast and this means deleting large files right now! But which ones will yield the best results? No point in wildly deleting data here and there in the hope of somehow hitting the space hogs.
Luckily, TreeSize is installed on your machine. A minute later you look at a list that presents you - among other useful information - the 100 largest files on your machine. And there's your first candidate: the 14 GB logfile of the software you installed on your primary partition two weeks ago and promptly forgot about.
Sometimes you simply don't have the time to go hunting for big files manually, e.g. via the Windows Explorer. Even if you try you might still fail to find all disk space-huggers.
TreeSize lists the 100 largest files of a scanned drive or path sorted by size. Each file will be listed with its
- its file size (you choose in which unit the values are to be formatted)
- creation, last change, and last access dates
The "Top 100 Files"-tab shows the 100 largest files, thus helping you check for unwanted disk space usage and clean your hard disk of unnecessary clutter.
Ever tried using TreeSize on a Windows Core Server? The disk space manager doubles as user interface and even enables you to perform file operations such as moving or copying files directly in TreeSize.
You need to check a single account on your machine? We recommend SpaceObServer, our database based disk space manager!
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