TreeSize Professional is a powerful and flexible hard disk space manager for Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP or Windows Server 2012/2008/2003 (32 or 64 Bit). Native 64 Bit support makes sure that available memory will never pose a restriction - not even on the largest systems. More than 87,000 customers trust TreeSize.
From Windows Vista/Server 2008 onwards TreeSize provides a ribbon user interface.
Why TreeSize Professional:
- Manage and clean up disk space efficiently
- Visualize disk usage
- Detailed analysis, right down to the lowest directory levels
- Archive, copy, or move files
- Numerous export and reporting options
- The versatile duplicate file search
- Schedule scans and perform them automatically
Manage disk space and scan your hard disks
Find out which folders are the largest on your drives and recover precious disk space. Use TreeSize as a hard disk cleanup tool: find space hogs and remove them. Graphical analyses provide a quick visualization of disk space usage. TreeSize Professional shows you folder size and allocated disk space as well as owner and permissions, the last access date, the NTFS compression rate, and much more information for selected folders or drives.
Search for Redundant Files
The integrated versatile file search helps you find old, big, temporary, and duplicate files on drives, entire servers or the entire network. Search results can be moved, deleted or exported to a ZIP file.
Print, Export, or Compare Results
You can print detailed reports and charts or export the collected data to many different formats such as XML, XLS, TXT, CSV and many more. Compare XML reports or take shapshots of your disk space usage to track its development over time.
The application has an intuitive Explorer-like user interface and supports drag and drop operations. It is fast, multi-threaded, and supports Unicode- and NTFS-specific features. TreeSize Professional can be started from the context menu of every folder or drive.
What's new V7.0?
- It is now possible to scan your Amazon S3 Storage using TreeSize.
- It is now possible to scan Linux/Unix-servers via SSH-protocol using TreeSize.
- It is now possible to add single file types or users as columns to the â??Detailsâ?? view using their context menu. That way they can be easily monitored across the entire folder hierarchy and can also be included in the reports.
- Intervals of the Age of Files statistics can now be added as columns to the â??Detailsâ?? view using their context menu.
- The number of files in the Top 100 list can now be configured in the Options dialog. Additionally you can choose here whether they will be chosen based on their plain file size or the space they actually occupy on the disk.
- A new checkbox on the ribbon bar â??Viewâ?? allows to hide empty folders. This is particularly useful if there a lot of such folders because a filter has been applied.
- Beneath the user and the file extension statistics we show a treemap chart now, because it is able to transport more information on the same area as the old bar chart.
- We added two additional formats for displaying usernames: Full Name, and Username (Full Name)
- A new tooltip option allows you to peek into a folder without actually expanding the folder in the directory tree.
- TreeSize may now optionally show a message in the Windows system tray, once a longer running scan or file search is finished.
- The treemap chart has been extended with many new display options:
- Single files can be displayed now.
- Besides the file types now the file type groups like â??Office filesâ?? or â??Video filesâ?? can be optionally shown as intermediate level. If shown, they will be colored by type, not by their level like the folders.
- The free space can optionally be shown as separate tile.
- Optionally the labels can be hidden so that no space needs to be reserved for them.
- At â??Options > Scan > Filterâ?? you can now choose entire file type groups like â??Office filesâ?? or â??Video filesâ?? as filter, just like this is now possible in the Custom Search (see below).
- When scheduling a scan you may now choose a monthly interval. (Professional edition only)
- The user interface is no longer blocked when loading or comparing with a formerly saved XML file.
- The column width of PDF exports can now be configured in the Options dialog.
- The feature â??Hide folders smaller thanâ?¦â?? can now be configured using KB, GB and Bytes besides MB.
- Numerous minor improvements and fixes have been included.
- Like in the main module Amazon S3 Storages and Linux/Unix-Server via SSH can now be used as search target.
- In the Custom Search you can now use the existing file type groups like â??Video filesâ?? as search criteria. These groups can also be edited now in the Options dialog of the TreeSize File Search.
- All columns the Windows Explorer supports can now be displayed and exported, among them the width and height of pictures, the number of pages of MS Word documents, or keywords of JPG and Office files.
- Multiple custom searches can now be defined and used concurrently.
- The minimal and maximal directory depth can now be used as search criteria in the custom search.
- The predefined searches like â??Biggest Filesâ?? now have their own ribbon bar, in which the configuration for this search is done now.
- It is now more comfortable to choose date values in the Custom Search.
- The feature â??Checkmark ifâ?¦â?? now offers more possibilities and regular expressions.
- The TreeSize File Search now supports PDF export too.
- The number of errors (like â??Access deniedâ??), which occurred during the search, is now displayed in the status bar. Clicking it brings up a dialog with further details.
- Duplicate Search: The duplicates can be exported optionally with groups now. Such a text file can now be properly imported to the duplicate search.
- Duplicate Search: In the dropdown menu of the button â??Check all but newestâ?? we now offer more functions to modify the check-state of the results. Here, an option can be activated that ensures that at least one duplicate remains after deleting duplicates.
- The export of the Duplicate Search has been accelerated by factor 10.
- A new option for scheduled searches will send an email only if results have actually been found for this search. (Professional edition only)
- The command line option /SORTBY has been introduced, which is now also supported in the TreeSize File Search. (Professional edition only).
- The new command line option /COPYTO has been added, it works like the existing /MOVETO function but copies the search results. (Professional edition only)
- Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are no longer supported.
- On Windows Core Server only the command line interface is supported, a user interface is no longer available. In case this is still needed, V6.3.7 can be used. V7.0 prints the results as text on the console for a given path. This also applies to the File Search, which can be started using the /SEARCH parameter, additionally a search pattern can be supplied using /FILTER, or previously saved search options can be supplied as XML file. (Professional edition only)