FS-Inspect is an easy to use tool designed to give you an overview about your files and directories (Disk Usage).
On start up, it reads recursively the inspected directory and presents the content in two useful views:
* The folder view, shows the directory tree, sub-folders are sorted by size.
* The type view, shows all file types found, sorted by the total size.
In the post scan, the utility start searching for duplicates. All duplicates are listed in the file view, colored depending on their MD5-checksum.
It is possible to configure the duplicate search in the settings. To optimize the duplicate search, hashes are stored in a database. If a directory is inspected many a time, there is no need to compute the performance-expensive check-sum again.
Thank you for a great utility! I wish someone would write a brief explanation of how files are chosen for display in the bottom window when FS-Inspect is launched by right-click on a folder in Windows Explorer (i.e., launched from Explorer's context menu). The choice seems intelligent and helpful, but I'm not sure how to interpret the relative significance of the selection. You have not updated the program in a long time, but it seems stable and extremely useful to me! Thanks again.
Very nice and useful app and works with Win 7 x64 and Win 2008 too. Can't ask any thing more.