Filelight – Quickly Analayze Disk Usage Statistics in Linux

Filelight is a free, open source, simple, easy to use, and cross-platform KDE utility for viewing graphical disk space usage information. It works on Linux distributions and Windows operating systems. It is a disk analyzer that outputs your file system as a set of concentric segmented-rings to help you view disk usage.

The filelight package is available for installation in most if not all mainstream Linux distributions, you can install it using a package manager as shown.

$ sudo apt install filelight   [On Debian/Ubuntu]
$ sudo yum install filelight   [On CentOS/RHEL]
$ sudo dnf install filelight   [On Fedora 22+]

Once you have installed fileflight, you can search for it in the system menu, and open it. You will land in the interface below, which shows all the mounted filesystems.


Original posted at tecmind.com

Pavlos Papadopoulos

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