In TreeSize, folders that are larger than the image can be found. You can run the program from any location on any device without having to install anything. Apparently, their child was given the least amount of attention by developers. Separate folders and the most important elements appear in the main window of the application interface. Following a couple of clicks, you can simply lay back on the chair and observe the increased numbers in the "size" column as you begin the analysis.
For accurate data, it is best to wait until the end of the performance run and do not make rash conclusions to figure out how many square feet are allocated by certain directories. The program does not make any claims to speed or versatility, at this point. There is no doubt that this is one of the best free tools around.
- Neither installation nor entry entries have to be kept in the registry;
- I have never worked with a tool this easy before.
- Folders are checked very quickly;
- The program is free and compact, and is completely free to use.