In the recently released version update of windows 10 build 20277 / 21277, Microsoft invited insiders to test a new command-line tool called diskspace, which can help users analyze the space occupied by files. This tool can not only display the size of disk folder, but also help you understand the actual operation of files on PC, and quickly understand the large space occupying folder on specific disk / partition / directory. < / P > < p > and the tool provides a wealth of filtering commands, such as filtering to display only a certain file type, scanning the specified folder or directory, using other filters to identify the largest folder, and so on. For example, you can use “diskusage / minfilesize = 1073741824 / H C: windows” to quickly identify a folder with a capacity greater than 1073741824 bytes (such as 1GB or 1000mb) under the “C: windows” path. < / P > < p > you can also sort by folder size, such as “diskusage / u = 5 / H C: windows” command. Basically, you can use the diskusage tool to find the largest files and folders in a specific drive or directory, and then use filters to identify files larger or smaller than a specific size (gigabytes, megabytes, and kilobytes). < / P > < p > if you are familiar with the windows command line, you can easily use sorting and other functions to switch between levels. The utility is currently under development and has the following functions: < A= target=_ blank>The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park