DirSize 2.0 (C) 1996,1998 HeartWare Calling syntax: DIRSIZE [<StartPath>] [/K | /M] [/S] [/1-9] DirSize will read the disk and sum up the total number of bytes occupied by files in each dir. The size includes the size of all the sub directories. You can use this to see how much disk space is occupied by the various direc- tories. The size specified will take the cluster size into consideration but will not include the size of the directory itself. The output format is: '<FileSize> <TotalSize> <DirName>' where <FileSize> is the total size of all the files in that particular dir. <TotalSize> is the size of all the files in that dir and all sub dirs. <DirName> is the name of the directory in question. /M tells DirSize to print the sizes in MegaBytes instead of bytes. /K tells DirSize to print the sizes in KiloBytes instead of bytes. /S tells DirSize to collect the output and print it as a sorted list. /1 to /9 switches tells DirSize the maximum nested directory level for which you want a status. DirSize will still enter the lower sub dirs but they will not be reported to the screen (except in TotalSize, of course).