TreeSize for Unix

A disk consumption analyzing tool, which sorts folders according to their physical occupied sizes. The perfect tool to help you obtaining more disk free space, on your hard drive, usb pen drive or even on network folders (provided that they are mounted and you have access to them, of course )

Just like du, it counts hard links just once and the space utilized by different filesystems are not added together.

Please send comments to Marcos Diez marcos*AT*

  • Version 0.54.1 ( November 16th, 2007 )
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  • Sugestions/Bug reports

    There is a new option which allows you not to scan folders from other filesystems.
  • Unix
  • GTK2
  • GLIB

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