TreeSize Professional 18.104.22.1681 Retail [Full review]
There is a new version of a good program that displays the directory tree on your hard drive, and you can immediately see the size of all the folders, and if you have a great desire to print the data you receive, you can do it without any problems, just select the print mode and this manipulation can be finished, you can download TreeSize to the full news.
After installation the program will be integrated into Windows Explorer, which means you will get a new column for working with your directories. Now by clicking on any folder you will be able to immediately view the number of files inside it, find out the date of last access to the folder and files, you can see who owns the files and more, I suggest you to get acquainted with more details yourself. The chart looks very convenient, all received data will be displayed in such a graphical form, you will also get a good search system and the ability to import and export the results in XML files.
TreeSize can find all kinds of old files, you can make the search only among large files, you can find empty folders, temporary files. If you want, you can work through the command line, the developers write that it is very convenient for night runs, not very clear what we’re talking about, but if convenient, let it be so. If you wish, you will be able to set your schedule for which the program will run, it will run itself, do everything necessary, save the report and then you can view it.
TreeSize allows you to search for files both on your computer and other local ones, you will be able to search for duplicate files with MD5 comparison, there is full support for Unicode, the tool is easy to build into Windows Explorer, you will be able to immediately view the results during scanning, everything interesting can be printed. The program has a fairly user-friendly interface, just select the right hard drive, directory and start scanning, after that you will see a fairly detailed report.
Intuitive design quickly gets you up and running
The application is built on the office suite style, with ribbon menus making sure you quickly find your way around and keeping functions under intuitive icons. Various customization options are at your disposal, but not for the interface itself, rather for how and what it displays.
In order to benefit from what the application has to offer, it’s best you run it with admin privileges right from the start, so it can gather all details it can about files and folders on your computer. A side panel acts like an explorer, letting you reach any location on your computer with only a few mouse clicks. Sadly, there’s no option to add favorites, with the default drop-down menu entries being rather shallow.
All elements are eye candy, especially because of the amount of customization you can apply. Depending on the area of interest, switching through tabs lets you view details regarding extensions, users, age of files, top 100 files, history, chart and detailed overview.
You might want to have a little patience until everything loads. This is because of the high amount of resources needed to display elements in their highly-detailed representation, with feedback provided in real time, which makes you wait even more. However, it’s not a lot of time, with it considerably reduced if you drop 3D representations of graphs and charts.
Export info to various file formats
Several ease of access tools are at your disposal in order to remove programs you no longer need through the Windows built-in feature, configure system restore point, empty recycle bin, as well as perform a disk defragment operation for more performance.
If gathered information is relevant for your day-to-day activities or work, you need to know that an abundance of reports can be issued and saved to file. Depending on the area you’re in, export options let you generate TXT, RTF, CSV, XLS, HTML and more. Integration in the desktop context menu is a plus, letting you get info on the spot as you browse through your computer.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that TreeSize Personal is a powerful file management application, resembling a super-hero version Windows file explorer. It can easily be launched through the context menu in order to get detailed and visually appealing representations of space distribution so you figure out what needs to go and what can stay.
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