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Install latest/stable of qFSView

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.

Install using the command line

sudo snap install qfsview

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Storage utilisation viewer

qFSView shows storage utilisation as a treemap. It makes it easy to see which files and folders are taking up the most space because it displays files and folders as a rectangle with an area proportional to its storage, and the sum storage of any of children.

Navigate by clicking on a rectangle. Use the right-click menu to go up, as well as to access the following options:

  • depths for area and name levels
  • colour modes based on permissions, ownership, group, depth and mime type
  • visualisation modifications for shading, outlines, border, nesting and more
  • annotations for names, types, sizes and more

qFSView is a fork of FSView, a KDE Konqueror plugin. KDE dependencies have been removed.

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Last updated
6 April 2020

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