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 V6.3.7?
- Bugfix - File Search: Search type "Oldest Files" potentially delivered incorrect results when option "Return complete branches only" was selected.
- Bugfix - File Search: File sizes and date values of folders in user-defined file search were incorrect in a few cases.
- Bugfix - File Search: The format selected under "Options > View > Date/Time Format" is now correctly applied for the columns "Last Accessed" and "Creation Date".
- Bugfix - File Search: The detection of errors occurring in PowerShell scripts used with the option "Pass items to executable as parameter" in the dialog "Move Items" has been improved.
- File Search: The height of the dropdown-list containing the drives is now saved by TreeSize. Users with many drives no longer need to manually resize it after restart.
- Bugfix: When the command line option /READONLY is used, no explorer context menu is shown in "Details" and "Top 100" view anymore.
- Bugfix: A problem, which produced unexpected results when moving columns using drag and drop, was corrected.
- Bugfix: Infrequently occurring compatibility problems with the .NET framework that showed up especially for older Windows version were fixed.
- A chapter in the TreeSize help now explains how to search for file names containing invalid characters using the "Custom Search" and how to replace them using the example of SharePoint.
- A few minor fixes and improvements have been incorporated.