Shows disk volumes with name, capacity, boot flag, compressed flag, dirty bit flag, drive letter, file system type, free space, serial number |
Shows disk volumes with name, capacity, boot flag, compressed flag, dirty bit flag, drive letter, file system type, free space, get hard drive serial number. This free disk management tool for Windows allows you to centrally see all disk drives on all Windows workstations. Use it instead of Windows disk management command line tools (diskmgmt) or PowerShell scripts (such as those using Win32_Volume WMI queries) to automate your disk management tasks. You can also use it as hard disk serial number finder to get hard drive serial numbers on multiple computers at a time.
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Find more information on Disk Volumes at Microsoft TechNet.