Try our Free Content Analysis Report to see how FileFacets can help uncover, discover and identify content in a single, comprehensive view.

Better understand what you have, what it is, and where it is, so that you can action it appropriately.

What you’ll find on your Content Analysis Report

Capture Stats

See a summary of the results of your scan, which include duplicates, unique files, and system-generated files that are automatically considered trivial.


Get a breakdown of how many of your files have no duplicates, are original files, and how many are exact duplicates of other files.

Trivial Files

Displays the number your of files that are system generated ROT (redundant, obselete, trivial) such as temp or 0 byte files.

File Breakdown

See your files broken down in a number of ways, including file growth over time, how old they are, and the size and file type.

This free Content Analysis Report scans local and networked drives to preview the analytics and reporting capabilities you can expect in the full version.


Looking to identify files that contain personal or sensitive data across multiple repositories?


That’s in the full version – contact us for a demo.

Get started with your free Content Analysis Report

Once you’ve completed the form, follow these steps to get started:

1 Click on the link
Click on the link to download the FileFacets Content Analysis Report utility. We’ll also email you the link in case you close the page.

2 Launch the application
Once downloaded, open the FileFacetsSetup.exe file to launch the application on your machine.

3 Select the location to scan
Select the drive or folder you wish to scan. Scanning of content can take between 1-10 minutes depending on the amount of files you have on your system.

4 Analyze your content
Once the scan is complete, the Content Analysis Report will help tell the story of your data. How many files do you have? How many files are redundant, obsolete, trivial (ROT) or duplicates? View files by age, growth over time, by size and type.