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How can I visualize the file system usage on Windows?

In the propeties of directory C:/Documents and Settings it says that it contains 26,937 files and take up 15.3 GB. The directory consists of two directories: Administrator (67 files and 5.1 MB) and All Users (1,238 files and 185 MB). There are no additional files or directories shown after I choose "Show hidden files" in Tools. How can I see what files or directories get most space under C:\Documents and Settings?

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marked as duplicate by Sathya Jun 25 '12 at 6:45

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Use TreeSize Free. This utility will let you see which folder takes the most space, in a tree view.

Here's a screenshot:

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