Find Total and Free Disk Space from Command Line Windows XP - 7 - 2003 - 2008

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Free Disk Space Command

To find the total and free disk space in all modern versions of Microsoft Windows from the command line, you need to use the fsutil command. Here is an example:

fsutil volume diskfree c:

Total # of free bytes        : 11658346496

Total # of bytes             : 209712050176

Total # of avail free bytes  : 11658346496
Unfortunately, there is no way to change the output from bytes to megabytes or gigabytes. If you want to learn how to find total and free disk space in Linux, check out this tutorial.


You could also see my script to use wmic to monitor a couple of different PC.

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