|License:||Licensed under the GNU GPL|
|Operating System:||Red Hat/Slackware/CentOS/Mandriva/Debian/Ubuntu/Gentoo|
KDirStat scans one or more hard drives and produces a detailed map or the disk making space hogs immediately apparent.
It does this by drawing a rectangle for each file, the relative sizes being decided by the relative sizes of the files. So, a very big file will be a very big box and a small file would be a small box.
KDirStat should work on any Unix-like system with a relatively recent X server.
KDirStat is a graphical disk usage utility, very much like the Unix "du" command. In addition to that, it comes with some cleanup facilities to reclaim disk space.