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I am sure that google might bring up some software for this but there is one way that I use fairly regulary!
Using linux (via a boot cds or installed) there is an equivalent of file manager (forgoptten what it is called!) but that gives a very good picturesque layout (or text description) of the proportions of files taking up space on the disk;

Then you can revert to windows and choose the directories and in explorer go to view mode and choose details. You then get a list and by going to the 'size' tab at the top you can order the files in size order. helps to get rid of the bigger ones more easily !!
Bi over the top but it works!
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I use FolderSizes to know how much each folder exactly takes space, It is free application. and it make a chart for partition showing you which folder eats free space on hard disk.

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