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I would like to view my directories as trees, but not like they are shown on the left tab in Windows Explorer: there you just have the directories shown, while I also want their contents.

Furthermore, the tree you can get in Explorer can just start from the root directory (so it is always huge), while I would like it to start from wherever I want.

Basically I would like what is available in both Linux and MacOS...

Thank you!

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The one useful feature of the Finder... – Daniel Beck Dec 6 '10 at 15:20
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Use TreeSize.

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