Key Metric Software FolderSizes v7 1 75 Enterprise Edition Incl Keymaker-ZWT

Posted by on Apr 30th, 2014, at 2:31 am in Applications,Windows.

The group ZWT released FolderSizes v7.1.75 Enterprise Edition for the Windows. With FolderSizes you can analyze, visualize & manage disk space instantly. Check the description and the product’s home page to know more about the features.

Poster for FolderSizes v7.1.75 Enterprise Edition

Operating System: Windows
Developer: Key Metric Software, LLC

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Description: FolderSizes 7 introduces the ability to create snapshots of one or more file system branches, either interactively or on a scheduled basis. The resulting snapshot (.fssx) file can then be used to generate folder reports, file reports, and search reports.

Snapshots enable a wide range of advanced file system reporting scenarios, including:

Allows reports to be run even when the original file system is offline
Provides reporting & analysis capabilities to users that lack direct access to the target file system(s)
Allows creation of reports in a fraction of the time required to re-analyze the target file systems(s)
Additionally, scan filtering and search rules can also be applied during the snapshot import process, making the generation of repeated report variations dramatically faster and more resource efficient.

MS Excel Export Support
FolderSizes 7 features the ability to export nearly any report (e.g. folder reports, search results, file reports, etc.) in Excel Workbook file format. Both Excel 97-2003 (.xls) and Excel 2007-2013 (.xlsx) file formats are fully supported!

FolderSizes Excel export files have the benefit of being richly formatted and entirely self-contained. The resulting workbook supports the full spectrum of Excel’s analytical capabilities (filtering, sorting, etc.), providing unmatched flexibility and integration potential.

Disk Reporter
FolderSizes has always included the ability to report on the usage and status of locally attached disk drives. However, reporting on remote disks required network drive mappings that scaled poorly to a large number of systems.

FolderSizes 7 introduces a dedicated Disk Reporter feature that allows you to create highly customizable disk reports without network drive mappings. Add any number of local or network disks quickly and easily using our disk chooser or enhanced network share discovery tools. The resulting report can be saved & loaded, customized, and exported in a variety of useful formats.

Export All File Reports
FolderSizes 7 allows all File Reports (e.g. largest, oldest, newest, temporary, duplicate, type, type group, attributes, owners, sizes, names and dates) to be exported as a single document – either MS Excel or HTML formats. The resulting, self-contained, file can then be archived, shared via email, etc.

When exporting to MS Excel, the result is a single workbook with a separate worksheets for each file report type (including graph images). When exporting to HTML, a single file is created that includes all file report detail views as tables, followed by embedded graph images.
This new capability is accessible interactively, or via the scheduler and command line interfaces.

Drag and Drop Support
Main window folder reports now support drag and drop operations for moving or copying file system objects. File and folders can be dragged and dropped within the folder report detail view, or dropped onto the folder browser or scan data panels. Objects are moved by default when dropped; hold the CTRL key down to copy them instead.

Copy, cut, and paste operations are also supported. Select one or more file system objects and then right-click them to access copy and cut options. Right-click again to paste objects into the curent view. Standard keyboard shortcuts (CTRL + C, X, Z) are also supported.

User Interface Improvments
FolderSizes 7 now provides access to computer and folder report detail/graph visualizations through a series of main window tabs. This provides each of these views with more rendering space and allows them to be printed individually.

Many other user interface improvements were also made, including an improved Trend Analyzer layout, improved chart visualizations, new ribbon bar icons, improved report tooltips, various theme improvements, and much more.

Network Discovery Improvements
FolderSizes 7 can enumerate network shares on one or more specific servers, or entire domains (or workgroups). Admin shares are also now included in share discovery results.

Network share discovery features are accessible from all file system reporting tools, including the scheduler and disk reporter.

File Report Improvements
The File Reporter tool benefits from numerous improvements, including:

Improved performance, especially when file ownership data lookups are enabled
Graphs have been re-engineered for improved performance, printing, exporting quality, and more
Graphs can be switched between size and file count views
Graphs can be rendered as either bar graphs or pie graphs (switchable at runtime)
The Newest Files and File Type Groups file report types have been added to the shell context menu

Improved path selection support

Trend Analyzer Improvements
The Trend Analyzer tool has received numerous enhancements in FolderSizes 7, including:

Top subfolder growth report has been repurposed into a general-purpose subfolder change report
The start date is now automatically computed and initialized based upon imported data
Default docking pane layout has been improved to provide more vertical space to non-client views
Subfolder change report now uses color to better show folder growth or contraction
History charts now provide tooltips that expose additional information about their data points

Additional Enhancements

There are many, many more enhancements in FolderSizes 7, including:

Added option (on by default) for embedding images directly into HTML export files.
View tab of main window ribbon bar now has a dedicated sort button that can be used to affect all detail/graph views.
File system type and volume label fields have been added to all disk space export file types (e.g. xml, pdf, html, and csv).
Main window graphs now share a common display mode that can switch between size, file count, and folder count metrics.
Introduced new major version settings migration process. User will be prompted on first run of new major version installation.
All XML file operations (including export, import, etc.) are now significantly faster and more memory efficient.
Folder map view now suspends recalculation and rendering while main window is being resized, improving performance.
Main window status bar now shows current application memory usage (private working set).
Implemented a number of memory optimizations, particularly valuable for large file system data sets.
File system object context menu now adapts based upon whether files/folders are actually available.
Added new option (on by default) that causes report printing to default to landscape mode.
Updated the file extension database to include several thousand new entries.
Toolbar buttons used to enter multiple paths now have drop-down menus that allow for faster selection of specific path types.
Added “path length”, “name length”, and “link target” columns to the main window detail view.
Drive views now expose device bus type (e.g. SCSI, SATA, RAID, etc.) data, including in tooltips and exports.
Significant performance improvements when using the FolderSizes Search tool.
Computer view now shows processor count and current logged in user name.
Computer view print and print preview functions now automatically hide the command bar portion of the screen.
Improved (more informative) search result list tooltips with a new option that allows them to be disabled entirely.
Storage devices of indeterminate size (e.g. that are offline) are now displayed with faded icons in the computer view.
The drive space docking panel now updates itself without altering the current list scroll position or item selection.
Added the ability to search and/or scan filter by file system object depth (computed as an absolute depth from the path root).
A number of scan filter and search job sample files are now accessible from their respective dialog windows.
Path input menus now offer a method of choosing specific local disk drives (e.g. a disk chooser dialog).
Detail view context menu now allows mapped network drive paths to be copied to the clipboard in Universal (UNC) format.
Added a new, “Modern Office” graph palette option to the main window theme selection button.
Added advanced option for folder reports that allows all child files to be tracked in memory during scanning and snapshot import.
Added a switch that allows file ownership resolution to be disabled for search jobs.
Much, much more!

Visual Tour Index:

Disk space analysis tools:

– Analyze local & network disk space
– Search multiple file systems at once
– Customize reports with filtering
– Reload and compare folder reports
– Analyze disk and folder trends
– Export to HTML, CSV, XML, etc.
– Print folder / directory size reports
– Schedule disk space reports
– Analyze multiple paths
– Research file extensions
– Customization support

Powerful file reports:

– Largest files report
– Oldest files report
– Temporary files report
– Duplicate files report
– File types (extension) report
– File type groups report
– File attributes report
– File owners report
– File sizes report
– File names (length) report
– File dates (age) report

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