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    Question Hard Disk Management Software

    Can anyone recommend a good alternative to TreeSize Professional?

    http://www.jam-software.com/treesize/index.shtml

    Its quite basic in its functionality, but its also slow it collecting data on the drives.

    Is there anything else?

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    Windows Explorer?..

    I really don't see a point in that software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aidanjt
    Windows Explorer?..

    I really don't see a point in that software.
    Thats probably because you have no use for it. But when you do need to find out the individual and largest size of 300 folders on a disk it becomes useful, cos getting the properties up on each folder using 'windows explorer' is a little time consuming.

    As for alternative software, have to say i don't know, either way, if there is it's unlikely they'll be much quicker since they all read the disk in a similar fashion.

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    wasn't there a program on the ultimate boot cd that did this?

    i just had a look but couldn't find it. Gave a nice graphical representation of size on ur hdd
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