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I usually just go to c:/, hold my mouse over every folder(which is like 7 or 8 for me), find the biggest one, and repeat from there until I get to the folder with the biggest files.

And use ccleaner.
That must takes AGES.

I have soooo many folders on my backup HDD
    
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You can also use SequoiaView which displays files as squares or rectangles. The larger the shape, the larger the file.
    
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CCleaner. Try it.
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