Monthly Archives: August 2010

Check Directory Sizes – Folder Size 1.4.0.0

Folder Size 1.4.0.0 provides plenty of new feature. The new Windows Explorer context menu “Scan with Folder Size”, the Drag And Drop support and the command line option: -scan “folder path” make it much easier to scan folders. The multiple selection will let you easier get rid of the unnecessary files and free up disk space. The new version of  Folder Size is also extremely optimized. It scans two times faster and lists files on slower machines more than ten times faster.

What’s New in Version 1.4.0.0:

  • Added: Scan folder using Drag And Drop
  • Added: Command line option to scan a folder -scan “folder path”
  • Added: “Scan with Folder Size” Windows Explorer context menu
  • Added: F5 – Re-scan
  • Added: Multiple selection in files list
  • Added: Backspace keyboard shortcut for UP
  • Added: Other small GUI fixes and enhancements, nicer disabled toolbar
  • Fixed: Two times faster scan speed
  • Fixed: Extremely optimized folder listing (more than 10 times faster)
  • Fixed: File name column resize issue on startup
  • Fixed: Delete issue with some files
  • Fixed: Possible re-scan issues in rare cases
  • Fixed: On drive scan the scanned drive is selected and expanded
  • Fixed: Network folder root hierarchy
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