WizTree finds the files and folders using the most disk space on your hard drive
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v3.33 (14 May 2020) [3.5 MB]  
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"Find the files and folders using the most space on your hard drive - QUICKLY!"
WizTree is a hard drive disk space analyser similar to WinDirStat but is MUCH faster.

Works on 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 and 10



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  • Finds the files and folders using the most space on your hard drive
  • VERY Fast! WizTree reads the master file table (MFT) directly from NTFS formatted hard drives (similar to the way Everything Search Engine works)
  • Visual Treemap allows you to spot large files and large collections of smaller files at a glance
  • Finds the largest files on your hard drive. Every single file on your hard drive can be sorted in order of size.
  • File Name Search - quickly locate files by name or wildcard match
  • Export file data to CSV (comma separated values) file or clipboard
  • Import CSV file data back into WizTree for viewing
  • Command line CSV file export
  • Sort the contents of your entire hard drive by folder size and optionally delete files and folders
  • Scan ALL hard drive file system types (NTFS, FAT, FAT32, network, etc) and/or individual folders

WizTree Treemap
WizTree Tree View
WizTree Top 1000 largest files
 WizTree Tree View with Visual Treemap
 WizTree Tree View
 WizTree Top 1000 largest files
What is WizTree?
WizTree is the world's fastest disk space analyzer. It scans your hard drive and shows you which files and folders are using the most disk space. It does this in the FASTEST way possible - you simply won't find any other application of this type that's quicker! Use the information WizTree provides to quickly locate and remove "space hogs" from your hard drive.

WARNING: Take care not to remove any files that are required for the correct operation of your PC!

What makes WizTree so fast?
When scanning NTFS formatted hard drives (most modern hard drives use this format), WizTree reads the hard drive's Master File Table (MFT) directly from the disk. The MFT is a special hidden file used by the NTFS file system to keep track of all files and folders on a hard drive. Scanning for files this way completely bypasses the operating system (Windows) and provides a huge performance boost.
Exporting WizTree File Data to CSV File
Press Ctrl+Alt+E or right click on a file/folder and select "Export to CSV file...". The selected files and/or folders will be exported to a comma separated value file (.CSV format). The information exported will depend on which view is currently active (Tree View or File View). If no files or folders are selected then ALL files and folders will be exported.
e.g. If the main "C:\" folder is selected, then the entire contents of C:\ will be exported
If "C:\Windows" and "C:\Users" are both selected then the contents of both of these folders will be exported

Format is as follows:
File Name, Size, Allocated, Modified, Attributes, Files, Folders

For folders, the file name will always end with a "\", e.g. "C:\Windows\"
For folders, the Size and Allocated fields will be the total size of all files and folders contained within that folder.
For files, the Size and Allocated fields will be for that individual file only.
The "Allocated" value will be prefixed by a leading 0 if the file is a "hard link", indicating that it does not take up any additional space on the hard drive and should not be counted as part of the total space used.
Modified date is in format "yyyy/mm/dd HH:mm:ss"
Attributes is stored as a value and is a combination of the following values added together:
1 = Read Only (R), 2 = Hidden (H), 4 = System (S), 32 = Archive (A), 2048 = Compressed (C)
e.g. If a file is Read Only and Hidden it will have attribute value = 3 (1 + 2)
The Files and Folders values only apply to folders and show the total number of files and folders within that folder.
Copying file/folder data to Clipboard
Press Ctrl+Alt+C or right click on a file/folder and select "Copy file and size info to clipboard". File size and name information will be copied to the clipboard in a human friendly format, suitable for pasting into emails, support forum posts, or text documents. The files will be indented to match the current tree structure, and only currently visible files within the selection will be included.

For example, if you expand the "C:\Users" folder within the tree by clicking on the "+" next to it, and then right click on it and select "Copy file and size info to clipboard", you will get something like this copied to the clipboard:

            64.82 GB    C:\Users
            59.15 GB      C:\Users\Bob
             5.62 GB      C:\Users\Public
            19.99 MB      C:\Users\UpdatusUser
            15.75 MB      C:\Users\Mcx1
            11.07 MB      C:\Users\DefaultAppPool
             2.70 MB      C:\Users\Default
           174 Bytes      desktop.ini
                   0      C:\Users\Default.migrated
                   0      C:\Users\Default User
                   0      C:\Users\All Users

         If this function is used on the "File View" then file and size information for the currently selected files will be copied to the clipboard, in a format similar to the following:

             6.75 GB  C:\pagefile.sys
             3.81 GB  C:\System Volume Information\{579260ea-c771-11e7-9c10-b4749f719216}{3808876b-c176-4e48-b7ae-04046e6cc752}
             3.21 GB  C:\Users\Bob\VirtualBox VMs\XP\Snapshots\{086cc618-9a46-438b-acf1-d90f001990b7}.vdi
             2.93 GB  C:\hiberfil.sys
             2.23 GB  C:\$RECYCLE.BIN\S-1-5-21-4195858667-1952806270-3254110446-1001\$RYF1ZAO.vdi
Command Line Export
As of WizTree 3.18 it's now possible to automatically export file data to CSV file via the command line.

For 32 bit Windows:
wiztree.exe "drive/folder" /export="filename" [/filter="filespec"] [/filterexclude="filespec"] [/admin=0|1] [/exportfolders=0|1] [/exportfiles=0|1] [/sortby=sortoption] [/exportmftrecno=0|1]
for 64 bit Windows:
wiztree64.exe "drive/folder" /export="filename" [/filter="filespec"] [/filterexclude="filespec"] [/admin=0|1] [/exportfolders=0|1] [/exportfiles=0|1] [/sortby=sortoption] [/exportmftrecno=0|1]
(Note that 32 bit wiztree.exe will auto launch wiztree64.exe with the same parameters if it detects it's running on 64 bit Windows)

"Drive/folder" can be a drive letter like "C:" or a folder name like "C:\Windows"
Use %d and/or %t in export filename to include current date and time. %d will be replaced with date in YYYYMMDD format, %t will be replaced with time in HHMMSS format

Filter option can be used to export only files matching the file specification, e.g. "*.mp3". The entire path and file name is used when matching.
Separate multiple file extensions with | (pipe)
e.g. "*.mp3|*.wav|*.ogg"
FilerExclude is similar to filter but will exclude any files that match the file specification.
Use the /admin flag to set desired admin mode (fast MFT file scanning is only available when running as administrator - use the /admin=1 parameter). To set WizTree up to run with Administrator rights via Windows Scheduler you will have to configure it to "run with highest privileges" and select an administrator user account to run it. Running it this way will prevent the Windows UAC popup from appearing.

By default both files and folders will be exported. Use the exportfolders / exportfiles parameters to disable file and/or folders from export.
e.g. to prevent folders from being exported: /exportfolders=0

sortoption can be
0 = sort by file name (default)
1 = sort by file size (desc), file name
2 = sort by allocated size (desc), file name

The MFT record number can be included in the export data file by using the exportmftrecno parameter. This record number can be used as a unique file ID number. Note that the MFT record number is only valid when exporting an entire NTFS formatted drive and when WizTree is launched with administrator rights.
Advanced export options:
  /exportalldates=1 - Will export Last Accessed and Created Dates for each file
  /exportallsizes=1 - Will export total size and allocated size of folder (excluding sub folders)
  /exportsplitfilename=1 - Will export the root,folder,filename,extension separately
  /exportdrivecapacity=1 - Will export the total drive capacity (on first record only)
To export file types:
wiztree.exe "drive/folder" /exportfiletypes="filename" [/admin=0|1] [/filter="filespec"] [/filterexclude="filespec"] [/sortbyfiletypes=sortoptionfiletypes]
wiztree64.exe "drive/folder" /exportfiletypes="filename" [/admin=0|1] [/filter="filespec"] [/filterexclude="filespec"] [/sortbyfiletypes=sortoptionfiletypes]

/exportfiletypes can be used together with /export parameter to export 2 csv files based on the same scanned data.

sortoptionfiletypes can be
0 = sort by file name
1 = sort by file size (desc), file name (default)
2 = sort by allocated size (desc), file name


Export all files and folders in C: drive to "C:\temp\exportYYYYMMDD_HHMMSS.csv", running with admin rights (to enable MFT scan):
wiztree.exe "C:" /export="c:\temp\export%d_%t.csv" /admin=1

Export all *.mp3 and *.wav files (excluding folders) in C:\Users to "c:\temp\audiofilesYYYYMMDD_HHMMSS.csv", using non administrator mode
wiztree.exe "C:\Users" /export="c:\temp\audiofiles%d_%t.csv" /filter="*.mp3|*.wav" /admin=0 /exportfolders=0

Export all files and folders containing the word "test" excluding the D:\Temp folder on the D: drive to "f:\export\testfiles.csv":
wiztree.exe "D:" /export="f:\export\testfiles.csv" /filter="test" /filterexclude="d:\temp\"
Export all file types in C: drive to  "C:\temp\exportfiletypesYYYYMMDD_HHMMSS.csv", excluding "C:\temp" folder, running with admin rights (to enable MFT scan):
wiztree.exe "C:" /exportfiletypes="c:\temp\exportfiletypes%d_%t.csv" /admin=1 /filterexclude="c:\temp\"
To call wiztree.exe from a batch file script, use start /wait wiztree.exe to wait for the export to complete before moving on to the next line. If you're using 64 bit Windows then use start /wait wiztree64.exe as wiztree.exe will launch wiztree64.exe automatically and return immediately.
e.g. for Windows 32:
start /wait wiztree.exe "D:" /export="f:\export\testfiles.csv" /filter="test"
and for Windows 64:
start /wait wiztree64.exe "D:" /export="f:\export\testfiles.csv" /filter="test" 
Command Line MFT Dump
As of WizTree version 3.22 it's possible to dump the MFT file via command line.
For 32 bit Windows:
wiztree.exe "drive" /dumpmftfile="filename"
wiztree64.exe "drive" /dumpmftfile="filename"
(Note that 32 bit wiztree.exe will auto launch wiztree64.exe with the same parameters if it detects it's running on 64 bit Windows)
Use %d and %t in filename to have them replaced by the current system date and time (YYYYMMDD and HHMMSS format).
For example, to dump the MFT file for drive D:
wiztree.exe "D:" /dumpmftfile="c:\mftdumps\ddrive%d%t.MFT"
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Chinese (simplified) (zh_CHS)
Chinese (traditional) (zh_CHT)
Danish (da)  Tobias Dideriksen
French (fr) TMTisFree
German (de)  de-heidjer
Greek (el)
 Romanos Nianios
Hungarian (hu) niltwill
Italian (it)
Japanese (ja)  donkichirou, maboroshin
Korean (ko)
Norwegian (no)
 John-Alex Berglund
Polish (pl)
Portuguese Brazil (pt_BR) Geraldo Souza
Russian (ru) Dmitry Yerokhin
Serbian (sr)  ozzii.translate
Slovak (sk)
 Vladimír Kubala
Spanish (es)
 Master System PC
Turkish (tr) Ismet Cakir
Ukrainian (uk)
What's new?
WizTree 3.33 (14 May 2020)
  • Network and substituted drives that may not have been visible to WizTree when running as administrator will now be selectable. This is a work around for a Windows bug/feature that does not allow elevated applications to access network and substituted drives that were created by a non elevated process. See: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee844140(v=ws.10).aspx
    In such a case WizTree will display the contents of the network drive using the UNC name (e.g. \\servername\sharename) instead of the mapped drive letter. Similarly substituted drives will display the contents of the local folder the drive is mapped to instead of the mapped drive letter.
  • Added option to display values in TB. Values larger than 1024GB will be displayed in TB in dynamic value display mode.
  • /filterexclude would not work unless a /filter was specified (fixed)
  • Folder names will now be matched against the filter specification using a trailing backslash
    (setting a /filterexclude to "C:\windows\" would export the "C:\windows\" folder record incorrectly as it would filter using "C:\windows" instead of "c:\windows\")
  • Files without an extension can now be filtered for by using "*." filter. This did not work previously as the period was not included in the filename used to match against the filter.
  • Importing a CSV file that was exported with folders only ( "/exportfiles=0") will now display total file and folder info correctly
  • Importing a CSV file that did not contain complete folder information could cause file names to become corrupted. This would prevent context menu from working correctly.
  • Importing a CSV file from a network share (e.g. \\servername\sharename) would drop the leading "\\" when importing (fixed)
  • row height can be set in the WizTree3.ini file ("rowheight=xx"). Default is 19. Useful if you've increased the fontheight setting in this file.
  • when sorting by allocated size, the percentage of parent calculation will now use allocated size values
WizTree 3.32 (27 January 2020)
  • Windows Explorer integration was not working correctly with windows desktop and in folder backgrounds (fixed).
    Toggle Windows Explorer integration off and on again if you already had WizTree installed before upgrading to this version to fix the problem.
  • Adding or removing a USB drive will now update the drive list automatically
  • Updated various translation files 
WizTree 3.31 (22 January 2020)
  • Export File Types to CSV file function added.
    use /exportfiletypes=filename command line option to export file type information
  • new command line option /filterexclude works like /filter but excludes any files that match from being exported
  • new command line option to set supporter code (useful for Enterprise users):
    e.g. WizTree.exe /supportercode=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxx
    If there's an error setting the code it will be displayed on screen, otherwise nothing is displayed. This only has to be done once per PC.
  • Fixed crash that would occur when scanning a folder with exactly 9 files
WizTree 3.30 (31 October 2019)
  • WizTree "Enterprise License" can now be purchased if you wish to have unlimited use of WizTree within your organisation.
  • Treemap drawing tweaked to make edges more distinct
  • "WizTree" added to internal file context menu (useful when WizTree is not configured to be integrated with Windows Explorer context menu)
  • Clicking clear button on "File" view will place cursor in search box
WizTree 3.29 (15 May 2019)
  • Initialisation may have failed in some rare cases - fixed. (Blank screen with no drives would be selectable at start up)
  • File names containing ampersands (&) will now display properly
  • command line export may have caused a stack overflow error in some rare cases (fixed)
  • new Bulgarian (bg) translation
WizTree 3.28 (4 February 2019)
  • "Match entire path" filter option on files tab was not working (only file name was being searched) - fixed
  • "Invalid argument to date encode" error might have occurred on some hard drives containing invalid file data - fixed
  • updated Norwegian (no) and Swedish (sv) translations
WizTree 3.26 (17 September 2018)
  • Installer and portable versions updated with updated Russian, German and Slovak languages. No changes to application executables.

WizTree 3.26 (6 September 2018)
  • Colors can now be linked to file extensions (configure via Options->Colors, set "Color by" to "Extension")
  • Windows high DPI scaling support improved (fonts would appear far too large on some PCs when 200% or more scaling was enabled) 

WizTree 3.25 (8 July 2018)
  • 64 bit version might have crashed when displaying message dialogs on certain PCs (fixed)
WizTree 3.24 (6 July 2018)
  • WizTree CSV files exported via the "export to CSV" option may now be imported and viewed.
    Select "<CSV File>" in the selection combo box (or press Shift+F3) to select a CSV file to import.
  • Windows 10 high DPI support (WizTree will scale itself correctly on high DPI monitors)
  • Resizing form while treemap active would redraw entire treemap continuously causing slowdown (fixed)
  • Portable version will now use the default Windows language (if supported by WizTree) instead of defaulting to English
WizTree 3.23 (6 June 2018)
  • Export to CSV would duplicate some folders (fixed)
  • Configuration file name was incorrect in portable version (was using WizFile.ini instead of WizTree3.ini)
  • Configuration file name for installed version now set to %appdata%\WizTree3\WizTree3.ini (was using WizFile.ini or WizFile64.ini before)
WizTree 3.22 (18 May 2018)
  • MFT can now be dumped via command line:
    WizTree.exe drive /dumpmftfile=filename
    Use %d and %t in filename for date (YYYYMMDD) and time (HHMMSS)
    e.g. WizTree C: /dumpmftfile="d:\dumps\cdrive%d%t.mft"
  • MFT files now also store the drive letter of the original dumped drive so correct drive letter will be used when loading a previously saved MFT file (instead of 'C'). Must use version 3.22 or newer for this to work.
  • Treemap colors can now be configured (Options->Colors...). Default and Color Blind color presets are available.
  • Empty folders would not appear on the tree view (fixed)
WizTree 3.21 (30 April 2018)
  •  Fixed bug introduced in 3.20 that could cause certain files to appear in the incorrect position in the tree view.

WizTree 3.20 (12 April 2018)
  • fixed memory leak when scanning non NTFS folders
  • Post scanning operations sped up (file list no longer needs to be sorted before loading the tree)
  • Modified date for folders now uses the same date/time as displayed by Windows Explorer (previously it would display the maximum date of all files within it)
  • Italian translation improved
  • New Slovak translation (thanks to Vladimír Kubala)
  • Command line export now allows for MFT record number to be included in the export data file. This can be used as a unique file ID number. Note that the MFT record number is only valid when exporting an NTFS formatted drive and when WizTree is launched with administrator rights.
    Add "/exportmftrecno=1" (without quotes) to the command line
WizTree 3.19 (8 March 2018)
  • It's now possible to select all files with a particular extension by right clicking on the extension in the "File Types" view and clicking "Select". Note that this may take some time if there are many thousands of files.
  • Allocated size figure on "File View" might display incorrect values in some cases (fixed)
  • WizTree would crash after entering supporter code if configuration ini file was not writable (fixed)
  • Treemap was not displaying bottom edge correctly (fixed)
WizTree 3.18 (23 February 2018)
  • Automated export via command line now supported (see details in documentation above)
  • File Search Filter now supports multiple filters/wildcards. Separate each with the | (pipe) symbol. e.g. *.mp3|*.ogg|*.wav
  • File view can now optionally display folders - enable this via the new "Folders" checkbox
  • Removed dependency on URL.DLL which does not exist on some versions of Windows
  • Export function would not export sub-folders if the selected folder contained a file grouping (fixed)
  • New Portuguese (Brazil) translation by Geraldo Souza
  • New Turkish translation by Ismet Cakir
  • New Hungarian translation by niltwill
  • Updated German translation (v3.18 28 Feb 2018)
WizTree 3.17 (7 December 2017)
  • Percent of parent calculation for grouped files ("x files in folder") was incorrect - fixed
  • new Korean translation by 4Li
  • Spanish translation updated
  • Swedish translation updated
  • Japanese translation updated
WizTree 3.16 (24 November 2017)
  • Copy file and size info feature added.
  • File export feature added. See documentation above.
  • new Dutch translation by Imihar Novyak
  • new Swedish translation by Magnus Beutner
  • new German translation by André Heinrich
WizTree 3.15 (19 October 2017)
(Only external translation files have changed in the installer/portable version)
  • German translation by de-heidjer
  • Updated Japanese translation
  • Updated French translation
WizTree 3.15 (18 October 2017)
  • WizTree now associates itself with .MFT files (double click on a .MFT file to open it with WizTree)
  • Windows Explorer integration now uses WizTree icon in context menu
  • "Max files" value was not being saved correctly
  • Number of decimal places used to display sizes can now be configured in the WizTree3.ini file
  • fixed memory leak (memory usage also reduced)
WizTree 3.14 (14 October 2017)
  • High CPU usage while idle bug fixed (was not properly fixed in 3.13)
  • Tree horizontal grid lines and alternate row coloring can be enabled in the WizTree3.ini file
WizTree 3.13 (13 October 2017)
  • Free space can now be displayed on the Tree view (Options -> Show free space on treeview)
  • Treemap image can be saved as a .png file with user specified size and in shades of gray
  • Fixed issue causing high CPU usage while idle after scanning
  • fontsize and rowheight can now be set in the WizTree3.ini file
WizTree 3.12 (3 October 2017)
(Only external translation files have changed in the installer/portable version)
  • New translations are now bundled with installer
    - Chinese (Traditional) translation by cf0132
    - Norwegian translation by John-Alex Berglund
  • Updated Italian language file used by installer
 WizTree 3.12 (27 September 2017)
  • Supporter names were not being displayed correctly if they contained Unicode characters (fixed)
  • New translations bundled with the installer:
    - Danish translation by Tobias Dideriksen
    - Italian translation by bovirus
WizTree 3.11 (19 September 2017)
  • Zoom/Unzoom treemap
    Press F10 (or + on numpad) to zoom treemap to currently selected folder
    Press F11 (or - on numpad) to unzoom treemap to parent of currently zoomed treemap folder
  • Portable version no longer enables "Windows Explorer context menu" by default.
    If you enable this option when using WizTree portable then please remember to disable it when you're done with the PC otherwise the WizTree context menu items will remain on the PC even if WizTree portable is no longer accessible.
  • Supporter code might have had to be entered twice on some PCs due to restart happening before config file update complete
  • Treemap might display blank or only appear after a long delay on some PCs (fixed)
  • Treemap generation sped up
  • Allocated Size added to File Type view
  • Option to show allocated size on tree view instead of file size
  • Option to control the auto scanning of drives after making a selection
  • Floppy drives (A: or B:) will not be selected by default if any other drive letters exist
  • New translations are now bundled with the installer:
    - French translation by TMTIsFree
    - Serbian translation by ozzii.translate
    - Japanese translation by donkichirou
    - Spanish translation by Master System PC
WizTree 3.10 (12 September 2017)
  • Visual Treemap (uses cushion treemaps, similar to how WinDirStat does it)
    The visualisation makes it easy to locate large files or folders containing thousands of small files
    Selecting files on the treemap will highlight the file on the tree view and vice versa
  • File Type view (shows file size breakdown by extension)
  • New keyboard shortcuts:
    F3 - Select Folder / drive     
    F4 - Reset tree expanstion (all expanded nodes will be closed and returned to default state)
    F6 (or '/' on NumPad) - Select parent
    F7 (or '*' on NumPad) - Reselect child node (use after 'Select Parent' to reposition on the child node)
    F8 - Show File Types
    F9 - Show Treemap
  • 32 bit version might display an exclamation mark message ('!') on some PCs when running on a 64 bit O/S
  • Windows high contrast mode supported
  • The donate button can now be hidden by making a donation (Pay what you want). You will be emailed a unique "supporter code" after you complete the payment. Click on "File->Enter Supporter Code" or press F12 to enter it and remove the donate button. Your support is appreciated!
  • Currently available 3.10 translations are now bundled with the installer
    - Chinese (Simplified) by th_sjy
    - Polish by Barnaba
    - Russian by Dmitry Yerokhin
    - Ukrainian by kopejkin
WizTree 3.00 (31 August 2017)
  • 64 bit version now available. The 64 bit version can work with extremely large MFT files.
  • "Allocated Size" now displayed for each file/directory. This is the amount of actual disk space used by the file including any additional named data streams attached to the file.
  • NTFS "Hard Links" now supported. A hard link is an identical copy of an existing file where the file contents use the same area on the disk for storage (to save space). If WizTree detects a hard link the allocated file size will be displayed in parentheses in gray text. Hard linked files sizes are only added once when calculating "Allocated Size" totals and sub totals. This will give a 100% accurate total of the actual disk space used by folders that contain many hard linked files (such as C:\Windows\System32 and C:\Windows\WinSxS)
    (Note that hard links can only be detected on NTFS drives when WizTree is running with admin rights)
  • A selected file count and total size appears in the status bar
  • Hover over any file to have the full name displayed in the status bar
  • MFT dump now appends volume information (bytes per cluster, sector, MFT record etc) to the end of the MFT file data. WizTree now reads this information from the MFT file if it's available instead of making any assumptions which if wrong would lead to incorrect MFT parsing.
  • Background file monitoring for deleted files now uses a different more robust method. If WizTree detects that a file or directory has been deleted it will put a red line through it and remove it from the totals.
  • File view filtering is now even faster than before
  • Fixed some UI glitches when selecting files via keyboard on the File view
  • WizTree can now handle drives containing highly fragmented MFT files
  • MFT processing has been optimised so WizTree is even faster than it was before!
  • Full translation support added. Click here to find out how to add a translation.
WizTree 2.01 (3 June 2016)
  • WizTree would constantly restart itself on some PCs due to administrator rights issues (fixed) 
WizTree 2.00 (2 June 2016)
  • Now supports all drive types (not just NTFS drives)
  • Individual folders can now be scanned ("Select Directory")
  • Windows Explorer integration
  • File search feature added
  • Can now be run without administrator access if required (fast NTFS scanning will not be available)

WizTree 1.07 (17 Sep 2013)
  • Fixed bug that could cause incorrect file sizes to be extracted from the MFT on some PCs.
WizTree 1.06 (16 Aug 2013)
  • Context menu would not appear when selecting directories exactly 3 characters in length in the root folder
WizTree 1.05 (8 Feb 2013)
  • fixed possible access violation when processing certain MFT files
  • memory usage decreased by 10%

WizTree 1.04 (4 Dec 2012)
  • Memory usage decreased by about 40%
  • Folder sizes now updated in real time as files are deleted
  • Can now cancel scan in progress
  • File deletion detection improved
  • Processing speed increased for very large MFT files
  • Improved error handling
WizTree 1.03 (1 Dec 2012)
  •  Fix possible hang while processing on some PCs
WizTree 1.02 (30 Nov 2012)
  •  Fix for possible access violation when using the new Windows explorer shell context menu

WizTree 1.01 (30 Nov 2012)
  • Right clicking tree and files now also shows Windows explorer context menu items. (This can be disabled via Options->Windows Explorer context menu)
  • Delete functions now use standard windows dialogs
  • Files or folders deleted using another application (e.g. Windows explorer) will be detected and displayed as deleted in the tree and file view
  • 'Invalid record pos' error caused by highly fragmented MFT files fixed
  • Right clicking on top 1000 file list would not always select file being clicked on (fixed)
WizTree 1.00 (23 Nov 2012)
  • Initial release