Visualize folder size
TreeSize’s directory tree allows you to show the size of folders including subfolders - in the detailed view you can see folder sizes all the way down to file level. Choose the unit (KB, MB, GB, or TB) you want the scan results displayed in or simply use the "Automatic Unit" feature.
Sort your files according to name or size and utilize the different visualization options to get an overview of your files and the disk space they occupy.
The gradient bar in the background of the TreeSize directory tree serves as a size indicator, providing a quick and easy overview of the folder sizes. To change the bar’s colors or to switch it off, go to "Tools > Options > View". Additionally, very large folders can be marked in bold text.
Use the database based disk space manager SpaceObServer to compare folder sizes over a longer period of time.
We protect your privacy! The plug-in "Shariff" makes sure that your data will not be transferred to social networks unless you click one of the share buttons. Learn more.