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Program for Identifying Large Folders and Files?


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thedarkprince

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Hi,

I've just been looking at the amount of disk space free and was a little alarmed to see that there wasn't too much left (less than 15GB). However, i can't find that many big files or folders that would account for the 45GB used :) (I do have a fair amount of music and digital photos but not that much).

Is there a program i could use that identifies where the larger files/folders are?

Thanks in advance :tazz:
Russ
p.s. i run XP with SP2.


Sorry if this is in the wrong section

Edited by thedarkprince, 17 January 2006 - 02:27 PM.

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best there is

http://www.werkema.c...pacemonger.html
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thedarkprince

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Yep that sure is a [bleep] good little program.

You sir are a legend :)

Thanks very much :tazz:
Russ


p.s. You can delete this topic now if you like to keep the forum less cluttered :)
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gerryf is also revered as a god by certain small tribes of pygmies in the guatemalan rain forests
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