- Summary statistics for multi-level folders. This is very useful for finding the complete
size of applications before deletion or backup.
- Displays Windows 95/NT long filenames.
- Supports international thousands separators.
- The folders to be displayed can be limited by their size or depth; very useful for
eliminating unnecessary detail.
- For the selected drive, displays actual cluster size, free space, used space and
- For each folder tree specified, displays cluster size (user-selectable), total space
used and wastage (as a percentage or as a total).
- For each folder displayed, shows total space, wasted space (as a percentage or as a
total), and if it has subfolders, the total space used by the folder and all of its
- Shows wasted space for a given cluster size - optimise your cluster size before
repartitioning your hard disk.
- Rounds up file sizes to the cluster size for the most accurate size information.
- Size/wastage information includes the size of folders themselves.
- Full scrolling support in either direction. Disabled automatically if output is
- Output can be redirected to a file or to the printer or into another program.
- The characters used to draw the folder tree can be changed from DOS extended ASCII
characters to standard ASCII characters for other operating systems.
- Comma-delimited and tab-delimited output formats for easy importing into databases,
spreadsheets or word processors for further analysis or specialised printing.
- Folder sorting by name, total or local size, wastage or file count.
- Future proof - folder sizes up to 99 GB are catered for.
- Progress indicator as it accumulates file information.
What is DirSize?
How can I use DirSize?