I mentioned in the last part that you should be able to get the sizes of sub-folders within a folder with Measure-Object and Group-Object. So I had a bit of a tinker as an intellectual exercise and I worked up a one-liner that works. Ish. As I mentioned previously, this won’t automatically add the size of each sub-folder to the parent folder (so in the results you’d get C:\Source as 10 KB and C:\Source\Sub as 100 MB, for example).
Still, it was pretty interesting to hack it together. The command and a brief explanation follows.
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