Folder Size for Windows adds a new column to the Windows Explorer details view that displays the sizes of files and folders. A service scans your hard disk in the background and caches the results. Designed for performance!

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  • Great work!!! Its pretty strange how we have a lot better devs than the whole Micosoft interface team...

  • Should be in-built in windows! Thanks for providing it as an open-source. The print screen on source forge isn't the correct one for Windows 7 (the one on the website is the correct one) ; the folder sizes appear in a different window.

  • Great tool to provide a function that has always been missing from Windows: to show the size of folders. Does what it's supposed to do. Was working seamlessly in Win 7 - 64 bit and still works in Win 10, but I can't seem to quit out of it from the tray icon anymore like I could in Win 7. I have to stop it from the Task Manager. No big deal, but would be nice if any future update would address it.

  • working with windows 7 64. Thanks for your work!

  • Always one of the first programs I install when working on a Windows XP machine. Completely invaluable.

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