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I'm looking for a program that graphs out the files on your computer by size

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by ecpool, Jan 19, 2003.

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  1. ecpool

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    I've seen this program before along time ago. It would basically plot a graph of all your files on your computer so you could see which files are taking up the most space on your hard drive. Has anyone seen this program? If so, where can I get it? It used to be a freeware.
     
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    Easycleaner ver 1.7 by ToniArts shows your disk space useage in a pie chart form and also how much space each program uses as a percentage of total disk space.
     
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    I can't help you find that program but you can find all your large files using find\files and folders then where it says of type go down to applications. If you want to shorten the list use the at least value and plug in 3000 or more for a stating point. Then you can go to view at the top of the page and select arrange icons by size, largest will be at the bottem. Or you can eliminate the, of type step, and all files that large will show up.

    Hope that this helps.

    jm100dm
     
  4. john1

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    hi ecpool,

    I use 'Treesize'
    its about 300kb download, and its freeware.

    Its not a piechart, it just puts them in size order,
    with the size next to each, I use it a lot.

    http://www.jam-software.com/software.shtml

    John
     
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