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|Operating system||Windows 2000 and later|
|Available in||English and German|
|Type||Disk space analyzer|
The common functionality of all editions is to determine and to display drive/folder sizes, and to create reports such as tables and charts (pie chart, bar chart or tree maps). The collected data can be exported to plain text, HTML, XML, or Microsoft Excel formats.
The Professional- and Personal-Edition enable a user to search specifically for large, old, or obsolete files, e.g. temporary files, duplicates or caches of web-browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Opera. Duplicate files can be identified via MD5- or SHA256-checksums and duplicated or replaced by hardlinks.
The first version of TreeSize was programmed by Joachim Marder in 1996. It was designed to offer the features of Unix's du on Windows systems, with the addition of a GUI. The software tried to overcome the drawbacks of both the du command and Windows Explorer's right-click context menu. One year later, the newly founded German company JAM Software published TreeSize in a freeware and two shareware versions. Version 6 was released in September 2013.
In October 2012 a freeware version for windows mobile phones, "TreeSize Touch", was released in the Windows Store.
- Official website
- Review on PC World. Additionally, PC World reported on two occasions about TreeSize in their print magazine; once in the Hungarian edition of August 2007, p. 66-67, authored by Tószegi Szabolcs. The second report was printed in the German edition of July 2007, p. 62 authored by cmd.
- Review on 3d2f.com
- Article on XML.com
- Article on Techrepublic.com
- Article on Techtree.com
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