DU (SysInternals)

Report the disk space usage for a directory. By default DU will recurse to show the total size of a directory and its subdirectories.

Syntax
      DU [-c[t]] [-l levels | -n | -v] [-u] [-q] [Directory]

Options
   -c 	Print output as CSV. 
   -ct  Print output with tab delimiting.
   -l 	Specify subdirectory depth of information (default is all levels).
   -n 	Do not recurse.
   -v 	Show size (in KB) of intermediate directories.
   -u 	Count each instance of a hardlinked file.
   -q 	Quiet (no banner).

Examples

List the files in E:\work and subfolders in verbose mode:

C:\demo\> DU -v E:\work

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Related commands:

DIR - Display a list of files and folders.
DISKUSE - Display disk usage.
DirQuota - Create and manage quotas (File Server Resource Manager).
DIRUSE - Display directory sizes/usage (2000 Resource Kit).
FSUTIL - File and Volume utilities.
Equivalent PowerShell: DirUse Script to list directory sizes.
Equivalent bash command (Linux): quotacheck - Scan a file system for disk usage.


 
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