How to display size of multiple folders?

Posted on 2012-08-17
Last Modified: 2012-08-17
There's a great app for Mac OS X called WhatSize.  It provides a view of folder size off the root drive or any subfolders of a parent folder.  It doesn't display only the current folder size.  It will display the size of all folders within the current view.  Is there anything similar for Vista?
Question by:brettr
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    try WinDirStat. its awesome... and free
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    I recommend treesize. I've used it for more than 5years now. Simple but good.

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    Thanks on other comments.  Winstat appeared first and gets the job done.  Credit for others in case I find any limitations in Winstat.

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