This is a Tree List of Files and Subfolders as shown above. It appears after you scan a disk folder with File Tree. You can sort files and folders together in the same list to find big files and folders. In the picture, you can see the largest subfolders and files at the top of the list. A "Find Names" panel on the right helps you locate a file by name or partial name. The expand menu lets you expand the list to any level.
This is a Pie Chart that shows only the most significant folders and files in terms of size. The advantage is an uncluttered view because it automatically eliminates the folders much lower in size. Further, you can click on a Pie Section to drill down into a folder for further analysis of its Subfolders. For example, in the following picture, I clicked on "VMWin10" folder to get 2 choices. I can either go and scan this folder to get reports on it. Or, I can find and select it in the File Tree list so that I can expand the Tree to see its contents.
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