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I am looking for a graphical file explorer/manager that can display the file count for each subfolder, just like Explorer++ (and other CLI solutions) can display the folder size for each subfolder:

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Free if possible. I'm looking for solutions for Windows 7, Linux and Mac OS X (it's OK if a program only works on one OS).

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  • Wouldn’t the "file count" be the number of files included in the folder? And your screenshot shows the totalized file size of the included files?
    – unor
    Sep 20, 2014 at 10:34
  • @Unor Yes exactly Sep 20, 2014 at 14:21

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One can use Folder Size Explorer (mirror):

  • gratis

  • display the file count for each subfolder:

  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista

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One may use TreeSize:

  • not gratis
  • display the file count for each subfolder
  • Windows 10

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One may use Total Commander Ultima Prime:

  • not gratis
  • display the file count for each subfolder
  • Windows 10

See the All column:

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It has a plug-in for file count: [=dirsizecalc.File Count] (which is what the All column uses):

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