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    Disk Usage

    Hi all,

    Is there any tool that showing disk usage in windows like "du -h" in linux. Some of the users using too much disk space.
    I am looking for a command that shows disk usage by folder in windows.

    Thanks in Advance,

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    I use treesize.exe from jam-software.
    There is a personal version you can use, it lists the size of each folder on specified drive.

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    Well, I think there no such real command in the windows to check the disk space, but you could get the data out of "chkdisk", .. or run "dir" ,and look at the last line, it will display the size remaining.
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    There is a tool called 'diruse.exe' that is bundled with the Windows Resource kit specifically for this.

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    My personal favourite is WinDirStat, although I believe it is graphical only.
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