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06 Sep 2012  

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bru View Post

Those "tens of thousands" would have to add up to over 4GB. It is what it is but it would be nice to see what is taking up the space. That was the purpose of using TreeSize.
What makes you think TreeSize is NOT showing you what is taking up space?

What makes you think those tens of thousands do NOT add up to over 4 GB?

I have no idea. Just asking. Maybe it is a completely bogus and inaccurate application.

You might want to play around with the DIR sortorder switch at a command prompt.

For instance, this command:

dir /s /o:s

when run from this directory:


will sort all files in size order, from smallest to largest, including subdirectories.

I just ran it on my PC. Took about 30 seconds to complete.
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