I don't want to delete them, just find them.
Displaying them graphically, as a tree, or a list is enough.
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I found the simplest answer here - built in to Windows.
If you do want to delete all the empty folders only, go to Computer and at the top right click on search. Click on kind and Select folder, now click again on search and click on size, select 0 and click on search.
That worked for me.
import os for (root, dirs, files) in os.walk('.'): if len(dirs)+len(files) == 0: print (root)
You will get the list starting from where you are.
ris important if you would like to use
You can use Ffind Ext.
There's a tool with the self-explanatory name Remove Empty Directories.