For Windows do this:
- Go to the command-line: Start->Run, type “cmd”, and press Enter
- Type the following, press Enter, then wait until it’s finished:
dir /s /a-d c:\
For the non-technical folk, “dir” lists the directory’s contents. “/s” means include sub-directories, and “/a-d” means exclude directories from the listing.
You Apple and Linux people can post how to do it in the Comments section.
Post your total from all your hard-drives.
Here’s my work laptop. I’ll post my home computer’s tonight.
Total Files Listed:
339875 File(s) 33,966,350,671 bytes