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Best program to visualize file system usage on Windows?

I am looking for a tool that will tell me where my hard drive space is being used.

I used to use one called Scanner.exe (I think that was the name) that was written in Delphi. But I have lost it and can't find it again.

Does any one know of a good free windows tool that tells you were your hard drive space is being used. (Aside from selecting properties on a bunch of folders.)

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marked as duplicate by heavyd, quack quixote, splattne Jan 15 '10 at 22:22

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Dupe: superuser.com/questions/8248/… –  heavyd Jan 15 '10 at 19:34
    
And here: superuser.com/questions/70246/… –  JMD Jan 15 '10 at 19:35
    

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WinDirStat is rather nice. You can mouseover the boxed area and specifics are shown on the status bar at the bottom.

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gotta post it quick before molly does... –  quack quixote Jan 15 '10 at 19:37
    
The absolute best! –  Dennis Jan 15 '10 at 19:53
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85+ rep for an answer that you pulled from a post that you added here as 'dupe'. haha –  JMD Jan 15 '10 at 20:09
    
eh, i pulled it from a post a while ago. been using it recently, so it was already at my fingertips. but this isn't nearly as ridiculous as the toner question the other day... –  quack quixote Jan 15 '10 at 20:23

SpaceMonger is a tool for keeping track of the free space on your computer. Each file or folder on a given drive is displayed in a box in the main window whose size is a relative comparison to all the other files in your system. The program supports popup info-tips that can display the full filename, the icon, the date, size, and attributes of any file or folder. You can delete files from the right click menu and customize the number of files to be shown as well as the color scheme.

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Of course, if you're using Total Commander, you can always grab the free VisualDirSize plugin:

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One which has not been listed yet in this question or any of the others listed in the comments:

SpaceSniffer: dynamic vizualization of your disk space
(i.e. when you remove some large directories, you will see the occupied space of the disk re-organized accordingly)

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