Manage disk space on huge drives and network volumes easily. Find biggest folders and files taking up your disk space. Get seven useful disk reports like Folder Sizes, File Types, Only Files and so on. Print contents of folders easily.
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Description: Manage disk space on huge drives and network volumes easily. Find biggest folders and files taking up your disk space. Get seven useful disk reports like Folder Sizes, File Types, Only Files and so on. Print contents of folders easily. ShowSize gives you a clear picture of disk space usage on your drives. As a result you can find out what folders, file types and files are consuming the most disk space. You can then examine these in further detail by going deeper into ShowSize reports that display the disk space related data in a hierarchical tree list. The end result is that you are in a better position to identify and remove unwanted folders and files to get more disk space for the new and useful stuff.
Advanced users such as network administrators can take advantage of this information to monitor the disk space consumed by various users in their organization, and can produce helpful reports that avoid system bloat and inform these users about the details of their disk space usage.
ShowSize is heavy-duty software that can scan terabytes of disk space and can show lists containing millions of items. This is possible by an innovative virtual listing technology that it uses.
Toshiba announces 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive Toshiba Corp. will begin mass-producing a 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive before the end of the year, it said Wednesday. Such drives are commonly used in digital music players and sub-notebook computers.