Graphical disk usage tool
'XDU' is a graphical disk usage tool. It lets you know very easily which directories and files are consuming the most disk space. Folders can be opened to get a detailed view, and files can be deleted (they are simply moved to /tmp/xduGarbage). You can apply file filters to focus on specific file types. Other features include restricted display (ie, only large and/or non hidden and/or specific files), infinite undo and redo, and sorting by name or size.
released on 4 November 2011
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 3 January 2017.
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