Reclaim disk space with TreeSize
Are you also trying to figure out what’s eating up your disk space? Find out by reading our guide on how to reclaim disk space with TreeSize.
Let’s start by typing in Treesize into your favorite search engine, or you could just use the direct link if you prefer.
Once on the front page click on Download.
Choose a download mirror by selecting your region.
Specify if you want to download the installer or a zipped file.
Locate the file on your system once you completed the download.
Right click on it, and Run as administrator.
Click on Yes to confirm you want to allow this app to make changes to your PC.
Select your preferred language and click on Ok to continue.
To install TreeSize, we have to accept the license agreement. Once done click on Next.
Specify the destination folder where you want TreeSize to be installed.
Choose how visible you want TreeSize to be. We recommend at least an entry in the start menu.
The installation is now complete. If you want to remove files after scanning, then you have to launch TreeSize with administrative privileges.
TreeSize will now start searching through the filesystem. Once the search is complete, the results are going to be displayed sorted from top to bottom in percentages.
In the picture below the C drive is 22.1GB which consists of 100% of its size. The Windows folder is 12.4GB in size and takes up 56.6% of C drive. By following the percentages from top to bottom, you can locate the files eating up all of your space.
Be warned. Our example consists of files from the Windows directory. It’s generally not a good idea to remove any of those unless you know what you’re doing.
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