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Folder Size Pro – $400 Giveaway. Free Up To 50% Disk Space – Cleanup Disks

Folder Size Pro

Folder Size PRO – Professional Disk Cleanup Tool

MindGems provides 10 licenses for Folder Size PRO in this giveaway

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Folder Size is a popular disk cleanup tool. It can quickly scan all folders, drives, removable storage or network locations in order to display the distribution of the disk space. The results are presented using neat tables and charts and can be quickly sorted in order to identify the largest folders and the largest files. There are options to save the results, export or print, which allows the data to be stored for further analysis.

The main benefits of using Folder Size are:

  • Easily identify wasted disk space – all files and folders are listed sorted by size
  • Quickly identify and clean up the locations that waste the largest amount of disk space. The tools lists the largest files and/or folders including their sub-folders.
  • Print folders (directories) and files
  • Export disk usage reports in XML, CSV, PDF, JPG and other file formats.
  • Scan local drives, network locations and removable disks and media.

Folder Size is a “Must Have” tool in the disk cleanup process. Do not forget to check also the FREE Duplicate File Finder, Duplicate Photo Finder and Duplicate Songs Finder.

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Size of File – What Are Bits, Bytes (B), KiloBytes (KB), MegaBytes (MB), GigaBytes (GB), TeraBytes (TB) For Files And Folder?

Size Of File Information

Size Of File Information

Folder and File Sizes Explained

File Size Units

As for everything else there is a unit that measures the size of a file in order to determine how much space it occupies on the storage. The smallest unit is the Bit and it has two states – 0 (Zero, Off, False) or 1 (One, On, True). Of course having only two states can hold information whether an option is enabled or disabled, but it does not help in expressing numbers or letters. This is the reason why the bits are grouped together in order to form the next larger unit – Byte.

The Byte is a group of 8 Bits and can represent a number in the range of 0 to 255 Рit is limited by the count of all the possible combinations that the 8 bits can have and they are 2 to the power of 8 which equals 256. In order to represent digits and letters every symbol is assigned a number from 0 to 255 Рthose are determined by the ASCII table. So a byte can represent a character, digit or a symbol according to its value. Nowadays a Unicode or UTF-8 standard is more popular, where 2 bytes represent a single symbol Рthis helps to support multiple languages, alphabets and special characters.

The next larger unit after the Byte is KiloByte and contains 1024 bytes. Click this File Size Information link for a table representation and a free file size calculator / convertor.

  • 1 B = 1 byte;
  • 1 KB = 1000 B;
  • 1 MB = 1000 KB;
  • 1 GB = 1000 MB or 1 000 000 000 bytes.
  • 1 byte = 8 bits
  • 1 KiB = 1,024 bytes
  • 1 MiB = 1,048,576 bytes
  • 1 GiB = 1,073,741,824 bytes
  • 1 TiB = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes

 

1 MiB = 2 ^ (to the power of) 20 bytes = 1024 kibibytes = 1048576bytes

Mebi is a prefix derived from the words mega and binary, indicating its origin in the closeness in value to the SI prefix mega. One mebibyte (MiB) is 2 ^ (to the power of) 20 (i.e., 1024 x 1024) bytes or 1048576 bytes. Megabyte (MB) means 10 ^ (to the power of) 6 (i.e. 1000 x 1000 = 1000000) bytes and differs from MiB.

Download a free tool that can Analyze Directory and File Sizes. While the size of every file is displayed next to every file in Windows Explorer, such information is missing for the folders as it has to be calculated by analyzing the content of the directory – all its files and sub-folders. This free tool visualizes this information in a neat table and provides nice charts in order to easily check the distribution of the drive space. It also provides reports for the largest files and largest folders and helps with the disk cleanup process.

Size Of File - Free File Size and Directory Size Analysis Tool

Size Of File – Free File Size and Directory Size Analysis Tool