|14 Feb 2013||#1|
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list all files, by size, larger than a specified size?
I am running out of space on my system drive (120GB SSD with < 6GB remaining). It happened in only 12 months. I'd like to know where all that space went, which files are using it. So I'm looking for a way to rank files by size regardless of their folder location, largest-to-smallest, ideally without a full scan of the disk if there are internal indexes that have this info.
P.S. Sometimes Windows seems confused. Microsoft Money Sunset edition is taking up 23TB, for example.
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