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Giveaway of the day — Folder Size & Analyze Professional

Folder Size and Analyze displays folder, disk or FTP server contents as a set of analytical reports or detailed ordered lists in HTML or PDF formats.
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Folder Size and Analyze displays folder, disk or FTP server contents as a set of analytical reports or detailed ordered lists in HTML or PDF formats. Application will help you to receive detailed information about folder or disk contents, including information about file types, sizes of sub-folders, number of modified, created or opened files for reporting period in the form of analytical reports or detailed lists.

It also creates the list of largest files, the list of duplicated files, folder tree or the snapshot of files and folders. Media files, images, documents or folders can be opened directly in the report window.

System Requirements:

Windows 7/ Vista/ XP/ Windows 2000 (with GDI + library /gdiplus.dll/ installed)

Publisher:

SagaxSoft Inc

Homepage:

http://www.sagaxsoft.com/product_fr.html

File Size:

9.41 MB

Price:

$24

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#45

UPDATE on My Positive Comment #25 -- BAD NEWS!

Initially, Folder Analyzer showed great promise. But, like Dolan at #31, this software suddenly popped up an error message claiming a 'run time' error...and then it suddenly closed out...near the end of completing its report. I tried it again...and again another 'run time' error. Darn! I high hopes for this software helping me to clean up my hard drives. But since it crashes too often before completing its report process, I guess I will uninstall. Bummer!

Reply   |   Comment by Preston Mitchell  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#44

Well got it installed into my 1 TB external hardrive!
Seems like an interesting program! I thought it amusing
about people need to find all useless files even on 1 TB
hardrive because they take up so much space! Lots of us have
several 1 and 2 TB external hardrives, so we have lots of
space - I.E. Computer Hoarders! Thanks gotd and Sagaxsoft!
Even got room for all thr freebies mentioned! Only problem got to much stuff, easy to forget what you have!

Reply   |   Comment by Dido  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#43

22: As a 87 year old grandma of 4, can someone tell me how I use this software? What in blazes does it do? I hope I dont have to call my great grandson again!
Comment by Ethel Robers —
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Ethel, this is one of those programs that if you don't know offhand what is used for .......... you more than likely don't need it. ;-)

Basically from the descriptions others have given it gives you a lot of information about files etc saved on your computer but has limited [or maybe no] means to do anything with/about the information.

Reply   |   Comment by olrowdy01  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#42

I've been using tree size for years. I could not function without it. If you install and uninstall a lot of programs and "do" a lot with your computer, you will find yourself steadily losing space on your C Drive until it gets full and your computer freezes. When I see this starting to happen, I start up Tree Size and find out what is taking up space. It is always some program reverting to its default folder for storing temp files or even completed files that I didn't notice get transfered.

always nice to find those old "missing" files and to clear up space.

My complaint these days: Win 7 doesn't do a good job of accurately displaying the file size for videos. That was not a problem with Win XP. Now I have to annotate a file that it is "good" and not a partial. Seems to me that "file search engines" also miss so many files they can't be trusted. Still "useful" for when they find a file fast, but they don't find them all. Should be simple for a computer to do?

also seems to me about 10 years ago there was a program you could install that would allow Windows to report on the folder size right in Explorer. That was handy. Now, for some reason, all such reporting has to be done outside of windows. Why is that?

Reply   |   Comment by bobbo  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#41

Thanks #4, for the SpaceSniffer ref. So easy to use, and freeware, and doesn't install, just opens. Similar to another program that was available back in the MSWindows98 days.

Reply   |   Comment by Sol  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#40

Extract the file_id.diz would be nice improvement,

Reply   |   Comment by Fredward  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#39

Installed. Quickly puzzled by unintuitive interface. Eventually started report on Documents folder. Progress bar moved, but completion time endlessly extended. Cancelled report after 44 minutes, then program froze completely. Uninstalled. Thanks anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Tom  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#38

I'm a sysadmin and I'm always looking for tools to help manage my file server and NAS boxes. I wasn't impressed with this application. Creating a report used 99% of the CPU, and then it crashed while I was browsing the finished reports. There's no way I could put this on a file server.
Reports definitely need to be able to be sorted by size. Also I would like to be able to compare previous reports to get an idea of what's happening over a period of time.

Reply   |   Comment by rgs  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#37

#13
“While I very much appreciate the advice given for “free alternatives” could someone also give us some info on “Paid Alternatives?” I am happy to buy good software if it can do a better job than free."

Dear Mack Bolan:
Firstly, this site is all about giveaways which we all love so much, and when the occasion warrants it, other free alternatives are mentioned, with some effort and dedication of the contributor(s).
Free is FREE but it does no mean donations are refused. These nice folks have families to feed.

Does paid always do a better job than free? No way! and any intelligent user can attest to that.

Furthermore, what is available and "ready made" to be purchased at whatever price, may exceed or fall short of your needs and expectations. Do you see the dilemma?
On the other hand, your money is your money and no one has the right to tell you how to spend it.

For your special needs however, it is impossible to recommend a “Paid Alternative” as you ask, without first knowing what you are looking for.
You could consult a software developer with a detailed list of your needs and requirements, and in such case I'd say yes! a tailor-made program is always better than anything one can get for free or whatever price the authors want.

Reply   |   Comment by JuanDeLosPalos  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#36

Like #11 said "Thanks #5 for the Make Room link." At #5 Suja, MakeRoom
is nice and opens in a way I haven't seen before. Today's giveaway is not as useable to me. Thanks to all.

Reply   |   Comment by freeder  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#35

Wow, todays giveaway even allows for the display of "type of files viewed"/opened for a certain period. (Shown in the third screenshot above) Windows display of space left on your harddrive pie chart/progress bar certainly doesn't do that! A company manager that wanted to see what types of files are being viewed by employees during work hours could make use of that feature though.

Comment #13 : Yeah we don't want to encourage spam here. GAoTD is about the giveaway/freeware. Need to find paid alternatives? It's called GOOGLE. Perhaps you've heard of it.

Reply   |   Comment by Beaks  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#34

Great Tool.

Does not need a regular installation. Just backup or zip the folder.

I copied the program folder to my netbook. Works. Therefore this tool could be considered as portable.

Strange: The download file is 9 MB - the program folder 3 MB (zipped 2.1 MB)
More usual it's vice versa ;-)

Thx GotD & SagaxSoft

Reply   |   Comment by Herman  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#33

There used to be a time when you could gauge the functionality of an offer by reading this timeline. Now it just a waste-of-time-line. By the time you weed through all the spam, developer groping,and brat-head whiners, about the only thing you can do is download it, give it a shot and make your own assessment.

Reply   |   Comment by Alex 107 year old sage  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#32

Waaaay too complicated! Need to trim off the "fat" so the average Joe/Jane can use it.

Reply   |   Comment by Sarge  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#31

Initial findings: I thought the duplicate file report looked useful so I downloaded and installed this. After letting it run for almost exactly an hour it showed that it was nearly complete. Then I suddenly got a Run Time error and the program closed. I'll give it a try again.

Reply   |   Comment by Jamie Dolan  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#30

Their webpage link to the screenshots is incorrect.

It should be:
http://www.sagaxsoft.com/fsa_screenshots.html

(.html not .htm)

Reply   |   Comment by therube  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#29

On recommendations, I downloaded Directory Monitor.
I downloaded the portable version, 1.1.3.1
I immediately am shown the "unlock" function which prompts for a Key.
To get the key you "donate" some money.
It also states you might wait up to 24 hours for your "key"


Someone commented on not seeing the value of programs like this.
Leaving files stored on my hard drive is an invitation to disaster, especially with 2TB close to full.

This kind of program is extremely helpful when doing backups.
I hate wasting space in a DVD. Knowing the folder sizes without having to call up the properties of each - one at a time - saves me a great deal of time and allows me to add folders in such a was as to take maximum advantage of available DVD space. Who cares if it isn't in alphabetical order.

Reply   |   Comment by John  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#28

Tend to agree with Chris G.

However this software is named "professional" so it may be aimed at corporate stuffed-shirt IT administration types who spend hours analysing meaningless information about how many files are in your folders and their file sizes.

File changes monitoring? Whatever for? It drags the system speed with a needless always-on process.

10 different reports on your folders? Wow. Do people have time to wait for such meaningless reports to be generated... and then actually read them? After reading them, then... so what?

Get a life!

It is useful if you have a use for it.

For home users, the simple, portable, easy, fast and freeware alternatives are superlative in comparison.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#27

After installation, in the top of the window it reads "Registered to Giveawayoftheday". That's good and expected.

But when I check in "About" it reads "Not Licensed". That's not good and not expected.

So what is it, only an inconsistancy, but licensed though? Or is it not licensed after all?

I just try to generate a report, and then it happens, no good at all, a window pops up and tells me:
"Limitations of the unregistered version: bla bla bla, limited functionallity, bla bla, only the first 500 files, bla bla bla, should purchase the full version"

Not happy, mistake in giveaway? No one else, or just me? How come?
No use for me in this state.

Reply   |   Comment by Yoki Taheeda  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#26

First comment gone to nirwana?

As a former xmas giveaway (free older version) a good shareware showing all folder sizes is still available at http://www.techofweb.com/freebies/download-speedcommander-11-free-giveaway.html, a two windows file commander (Norton type) with lots of features.

I compared sc11_stern.exe (4.933.296 byte) with my file from original source (German Stern magazine) and it is the same file I got. Setup installs with (!) key.

It's in English and German. Setup using English windows is in English.
I think that I had to activate showing folder sizes in preferences.
If you open any folder it shows again a list of all folders and files with their individual sizes. So it's easy to find biggest folders and files.

Reply   |   Comment by Francis  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#25

Thank You SagaxSoft & GOTD -- Just Wanted I Needed!

I have a decade of digital records stuffed into 5 external hard drives. Most of my old files are useless. It is Hell trying to find the important files amongst all the junk. But today's software is really helping me to root out the junk files for deletion.

I bought a good duplicate file hunter yesterday, but, of course, it only finds duplicate files...and doesn't help get rid of 'single copy' junk files. So, today's software is helping me to find & target directories with lots of non-dup junk.

This software is very useful for those who need to perform 'housecleaning' on their hard drives.

Oh, btw, this software installed nicely on my PC with W7 Pro SP1 x64. Also, it is 'intuitive' and easy to use. A real winner in my opinion!

Reply   |   Comment by Preston Mitchell  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)
#24

As a former xmas giveaway (free older version) a good shareware showing all folder sizes is still available at http://www.techofweb.com/freebies/download-speedcommander-11-free-giveaway.html, a two windows file commander (Norton type) with lots of features.

I compared sc11_stern.exe (4.933.296 byte) with my file from original source (German Stern magazine) and it is the same file I got. Setup installs with (!) key.

It's in English and German. Setup using English windows is in English.
I think that I had to activate showing folder sizes in preferences.
If you open any folder it shows again a list of all folders and files with their individual sizes. So it's easy to find biggest folders and files.

Reply   |   Comment by Francis  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#23

I tried it and have some comments to post.

First, I would not let such program run in the background all of the time, because consumes lots of CPU time slices and the info it posts is nothing special then enhanced directory view.

Second, trivial data cluttering your screen is not needed.

Third, even if you find the irrelevant data files, you still have to use the windows search if you want to move, delete or archive the files.

It may find some uses for people with lots of time to kill, but for busy administrators it is not of any use.

Reply   |   Comment by Glen3  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#22

As a 87 year old grandma of 4, can someone tell me how I use this software? What in blazes does it do? I hope I dont have to call my great grandson again!

Reply   |   Comment by Ethel Robers  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#21

#13: While I very much appreciate the advice given for “free alternatives” could someone also give us some info on “Paid Alternatives?” I am happy to buy good software if it can do a better job than free.
Comment by Mack Bolan —
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Try PowerDesk Pro. It costs more than this program but can do much more than this program. There is a free trial download to check it out.

I've used this program from it's beginning decades ago.

Reply   |   Comment by olrowdy01  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#20

This program is so over the top as to be unusable. It's really got that corporate analysis (waste your time for hours) feel to it. Total overkill and in my opinion just so hard to use it's not worth using. I would immediately look elseware for this type of program rather than use this. In fact I have a really early version of DiskDATA. It's actually the free one before they started charging for it. I've used it since 1998. You just open the program and you get your whole my computer view with the sizes of every folder. You can then select a subfolder and the sizes of everything in that are displayed.

Reply   |   Comment by Chris G  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#19

@Giovanni ...Once again, you have proved the internet is our friend, and a computer is not simply the devil in a box. Thank you, Giovanni!

Reply   |   Comment by BeenThere  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#18

Downloaded and installed easily Win7 32bit. Did a search of one of my drives quickly. I am left with a series of reports and no way of dealing with file manipulation within this program.

Other than finding some places where files have accumulated, I don't see a lot of value here.

Reply   |   Comment by Mack Bolan  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#17

Installed without problems on Win 7 64-bit.

Works like a charm. Good statistical analysis tools and pretty fast scanning. Also got a few scheduling options which could be very handy when monitoring say a ftp-server. Gives you a nice and detailed overview of any file found. But not a lot of options to deal with them, e.g. move, archive, delete etc. You still have to do this yourself manually or automate it with another scripting language.
So it could use some more work, but overall a very nice program.

Thanks GOTD and SagaxSoft, thumbs up.

Reply   |   Comment by dany  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#16

nice list giovanni.

since I don't have or need ftp I use foldersize which is also freeware.
http://www.mindgems.com/products/Folder-Size/Folder-Size.html

It does everything I need, so I don't need to install this, but it looks a good program, but maybe overpriced with all the free alternatives available.

Reply   |   Comment by bondageman  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#15

Thanks I ll give it a try

Reply   |   Comment by nairamania  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-28)
#14

If I'm burning files to DVD I like to organize them into DVD-sized folders first then burn-at-once. As such it helps to know how big a folder is to help with that organization. However, what I would like is something that showed the size under the "size" column of Windows Explorer as Explorer does with individual file sizes so that I can see the changes immediately.

This program creates a report instead, making it more suitable for finding large folders which is useful for finding programs and files that are taking up the most space.

Reply   |   Comment by Patrick McNamara  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#13

While I very much appreciate the advice given for "free alternatives" could someone also give us some info on "Paid Alternatives?" I am happy to buy good software if it can do a better job than free.

Reply   |   Comment by Mack Bolan  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#12

hmmm if you have a large collection of files stored in the HD of your PC or in your FTP server this tool can help you keep them organized and under control. For instance it can show you the last edited or created files and do a comparative analysis of file changes for periods.

So it looks like a pretty handy tool, but I'm wondering who would be willing to pay 24$ for a program like this which is in my view not indispensable.

BEST FREE ALTERNATIVES

* (Portable) Directory Monitor
Advanced and highly customizable FREE tool designed to monitor your local/network/private folders & directories in order to get notified whenever a specific change occurs

http://www.brutaldev.com/page/Directory-Monitor.aspx

* (Portable) Miner Mole
Excellent FREE & OPEN SOURCE File, Network, Email and Active Directory indexer which makes info retrieval a breeze.
Just take a look at the KEY FEATURES of this software to see what this tool can do for you for FREE: best of all it's also PORTABLE, so no installation is needed!!

http://www.miner-mole.com/

* Tier Type Tallier
It can analyze your folders giving you detailed info about how many files you have of each file type, as well as the highest quantity file and longest extension you have in each folder.

http://tiertypetallier.sourceforge.net/

* Portable Win7 X Folder
Great free File and Folder management utility designed to perform most common tasks on files and folders simultaneously, such as:
- batch rename files and folders using unique renaming templates
- search operation on both File, Folder Names and their content
- save a list of Files and Folders to a TXT or CSV File, sorting them with info like File/Folder Name, Size, Date of Last Modification etc...

http://www.zokali.com/win7-x-folder


If you are instead eager to create new folder structures with a great visual tree builder, just give this FREE tool a whirl:

http://47foldersapp.com/

Enjoy!!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+95)
#11

Thanks #5 for the Make Room link. Portable, free, nice GUI, effective; if you haven't tried Make Room you should.

As for this offering, just try Make Room first and see if you're still motivated to install it.

Reply   |   Comment by Strider  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#10

Installation is fast and as indicated by Fani Berechet @#1 above, requires no registration.
To answer Nick @ #2 above, this is also a great forensics/investigative tool for both the everyday-dummy and the professional.
Initial observations:
1) Dragging a folder from Explorer to the bottom right icon does not work in Win 7 Ultimate.
2) The CSV functionality is a beautiful option that allows for sorting by type, date created, e.t.c. in other formats or applications.
3) Gives a vast array of document types, thereby enabling ease of location and analysis of said documents.
4) Time to create reports was rather long for 17 reports derived from my desktop, clocked at 10 minutes considering that my desktop is rather clean.

Overally impressive, and the reports are well organized and easy to analyse. Downside is that the speed could do with improvement, especially for analyses of large drives.

Thanks GAOTD

Reply   |   Comment by KenyanPhoenix  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+29)
#9

I've been using TreeSize the free and pro version for years. It's good and I think this one is similar. The usage includes file and space management purposes. One always needs a general view of the hard disk contents. Thank you GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by maxos  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)
#8

Does what it says on the tin. Lots of different ways to view folders and file types with analysis of usage etc. No doubt you could do all of this with other tools but having this functionality in one package and a nice GUI makes this a keeper for me.

Reply   |   Comment by Sam  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+29)
#7

Very nice! Integrates and polishes a number of functions I use regularly in maintaining both my own servers and my websites. Thank you, SagaxSoft, and thank you GOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Gary  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#6

You also have free alternatives: SpaceSniffer and TreeSize Free, and they are both portable and quite small...

Reply   |   Comment by Luca Nonato  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+34)
#5

Make room is a wonderful freeware for this
http://majorgeeks.com/MakeRoom_d7572.html

Reply   |   Comment by suja  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+33)
#4

This sort of software is always useful, whether you are new to computers, or have been using them for years. Every computer user stores documents on their system, but no matter how good their filing system is, they will either fill up their hard drive, or if they have a 1 TB disk, wonder how they've filled up half of it. It doesn't help that files generally are getting larger. Documents used to be simple text documents or spreadsheets, but nowadays, people create folders worth of digital photos or movies. Its easy to create a 'backup' of a file before making crucial changes, or alternative versions. After a while, the folder can get more and more full of old dusty files - just like the cupboard under the stairs gets full of 'stored here just in case' items, and that kitchen drawer stores more and more batteries and odd lengths of string.

This software scans your whole drive (or FTP server, as websites can also accumulate redundant files, backups and superfluous copies of documents) and gives you reports on where the space is being used up. You can right click on a folder within Windows and it will show you how much space is being used, but this is very slow and limiting. Most people have many folders under their 'Documents' folder, and it is incredibly inefficient to right click on each one to determine its size. Folder Size Pro will sort by size, so the folder taking the most room is at the top. Within that, it will sort by file type, so the backups for example, will be shown first, then those camera movies, etc. Its easy for a mail folder to be 'forgotten' about, or a log file from some long-forgotten software program to grow and grow without being noticed. This software scans your whole drive so there are no corners a file can hide into.

Giving you the details is one thing, but one area this program lets you down is the management of folders. FSAP (Folder size analyse pro) will show you your mail directory has 12 GB of files that you don't need anymore, but doesn't give you any means of dealing with this, apart from a simple 'Open directory'. You can't tag a selection of files and move them elsewhere, delete them, or archive them. management on the FTP server is even worse.

The GUI is both informative and detailed, giving you clear information in a pleasing way, but is a bit grey and corporate, rather than a friendly interface used in other programs. While the GUI gives the impression of a clean program, the rest of the application just isn't as polished. The interface gives a very 'professional' view which can be a bit daunting to home users.

There are of course many alternatives, many being much more graphical and showing the drive as a series of coloured boxes (eg, Space Sniffer
http://www.donsalva.com/2009/09/09/spacesniffer-show-disk-space-usage-the-graphical-way) but for new users or home users, these are at the other end of the spectrum to this software - so wacky and graphical, that they are more of a toy than a tool, and equally unproductive.

A well respected free alternative is WinDirStat, which provides a best of both worlds - a good indication of where the space has gone, together with a graphical view of your drive. The interface used is your boring 'windows grey' affair, and again, provides minimal file management tools. Unlike FSAP though, it doesn't scan FTP servers.

This software helps everyday users understand how their hard drive space is being used, and is an information tool rather than a management tool at seeing where the large files are on their system.
If you are low on disk space, this tool is invaluable at seeing if there are files you can remove. As with any tool, care must be taken how you use it, as you cannot simply remove system directories you think can be removed, which could be crucial in keeping your system working.

Server administrators will also find this software useful in seeing which department is using the most space, and again, highlighting directories that could be archived off, for example, finding a directory called 'Management Reports - 1999 to 2002' which contains 10 GB of movies of cats falling over.

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Locke  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+219)
#3

good program, does what i wanted it to do with no fuss

Reply   |   Comment by Dan  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-44)
#2

The program looks very interesting and the GUI is great. But, who is the target audience for this application? How would this help me as a everyday-dummy-PC user?

Reply   |   Comment by nick  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)
#1

Just to inform that it installs fast, no need to use e-mail address or to insert a serial key or something.

Reply   |   Comment by Fani Berechet  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+61)
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