| | But... Windows does it by file size too.
Originally Posted by Sami
Here is a nice small utility (Directory Sizes
) to display and export all directory subtrees with sizes. This is very handy tool to find out which of your folders are taking up your precious disk space.
Clean little util, but since the early days, Windows has always allowed a search based upon "file Size" parameters and that way you can find all files themselves, say over 300 meg, or whatever limit you want to look at. Brings them all back nice and neat in an explorer tree.