Once you've created one or more file system Snapshots, they can be used to create folder, file, and search reports.
Here are a few examples of how Snapshot files can be be loaded:
|•||Click the Snapshot button in the main window ribbon bar, then choose one of the following options from the resulting pop-up menu:|
|o||Folder Report from Snapshot|
|o||File Report from Snapshot|
|•||In the main window (Folder Report) location bar, you can enter fully qualified Snapshot (.fssx) file paths, or use the Paths button to browse for them.|
|•||In the File Report location bar, you can enter fully qualified Snapshot (.fssx) file paths, or use the Paths button to browse for them.|
|•||The FolderSizes Search tool allows Snapshot files to be used as Search Paths.|
|•||In the command line interface, you can substitute file system paths with fully qualified Snapshot (.fssx) file paths.|
|•||The Path Manager window allows for the selection of one or more Snapshot (.fssx) file paths.|
|•||The Task Scheduler path input box will accept fully qualified Snapshot file paths.|
In nearly all of the examples above, you can even specify multiple Snapshot (.fssx) file paths to be used as input to the various reporting features and functions.