It has a few really neat PowerShell scripts put together into a useful library which can help manage storage on your file servers or personal desktop:
- Browse folders seeing their total sizes (I have always missed that in Windows Explorer ;))
- See total volume of files by owner (and drill down into any subfolder to track where they are),
- Find the largest files on disk,
- Locate temporary files,
- Find old files,
- Find compressed/archive files.
In addition to that, the pack adds a few nice actions such as AddTo-Zip which shows up for file objects, so you can select the old/large/temporary files and zip them so they take up less space on your drive.
Lots of useful functionality and PowerShell scripts to help you in your day by day file-related tasks. Get the pack here and submit any feedback in the library entry comments.
(There’s about a week left to submit your PowerPacks for the first sprint of the contest. Share your scripts with the community and get a chance to win one of the prizes.)