"Largest Files Finder" is freeware that will find the largest 100 files on your hard drive, or within one or more subdirectories that you specify. For each file, you will see the file name, full folder path, file size and date of last change.
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Typograf font manager 5.2.1 With Typograf, users can manage TrueType, OpenType, and PostScript Type 1 fonts on an individual PC or network PC. Typograf allows users to display all meta data for a font file, view different character sets, and find similar fonts.
Description: "Largest Files Finder" is freeware that will find the largest 100 files on your hard drive, or within one or more subdirectories that you specify. When you start "Largest Files Finder", it automatically scans your hard drive and shows you the 100 largest files, sorted from largest to smallest. For each file, you will see the file name, full folder path, file size and date of last change. If you need more free disk space, you can simply run "Largest Files Finder" and decide which files ton delete to gain more disk space.
You can also scan another drive, directory, or subdirectory for the largest 100 files. "Largest Files Finder" can scan a 200 GB hard drive in only 60 seconds.
Find Files By Size Software 7.0 This software offers a solution to users who want to find files by the Bytes, KB, MB, GB, etc. There are features to find between a certain size, greater than a certain size, less
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Microsoft Unveils Software to Find Files Microsoft Corp. on Monday joined the battle for supremacy in so-called desktop search, introducing software for quickly locating files on personal computers that challenges Google's two-month-old rival product.