New: TreeSize Free Portable 2.7 (directory usage analyzer) Released

Submitted by dougakins on October 20, 2012 - 11:30pm

logoTreeSize Free Portable 2.7 has been released. TreeSize Free lets you scan directory size and find the space hogs to free up space on your drive. It's packaged in Format so it can easily integrate with the Platform. TreeSize Free Portable is freeware for business and personal use.

TreeSize Free is packaged with permission from the publisher

Update automatically or install from the portable app store in the Platform.


ScreenshotEvery hard disk is too small if you just wait long enough. TreeSize Free tells you where precious disk space has gone. TreeSize Free shows you the size of and drive or folder, including its subfolders. Expand folders in an Explorer-like fashion and see the size of every subfolder. All results can also be drilled down to the file level. Scanning operations run in a thread, so you can already see results while TreeSize Free is working. The disk space tool now also includes the main feature of our discontinued freeware NTFSRatio: TreeSize Free can display the NTFS compression rate and apply the NTFS compression on directory branches.

Learn more about TreeSize Free...

Note that TreeSize Free will not work on network drives. Purchasing TreeSize Personal or Professional will enable this functionality. Installer / Format

TreeSize Free Portable is packaged in a Installer so it will automatically detect an existing installation when your drive is plugged in. It supports upgrades by installing right over an existing copy, preserving all settings. And it's in Format, so it automatically works with the Platform including the Menu and Backup Utility.


TreeSize Free Portable is available for immediate download from the TreeSize Free Portable homepage. Get it today!

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Looks like a copypasta error in the download link. Download link points to:
removed to prevent more 404s

Which gives a 404. Works fine when you remove the 'wise'.

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Fixed, thanks. I'd only double-checked the app store download when I posted it.

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Thanks for converting this nice tool into the PAF. Smile

Looks a lot like WinDirStat. I'm curious what differences there are.

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