qFSView is a free open source storage visualization app for Linux. This allows you to view system storage usage as a treemap chart, showing which files are consuming the most space on your system. Released under the GNU General Public License v2.0 license and a fork of the KDE Konqueror plugin FSView. You do not need to install KDE dependencies to use this app. You can navigate through each folder by clicking on the rectangle and right clicking to open the qFSView menu. Some of its features are color modes, visualization changes, name, type, and size annotations.
Install the qFSView Storage Visualization app on Ubuntu.
qFSView can be used as a snap app. You can easily install from the terminal. Open a terminal app (Ctrl + Alt + T) and execute this qFSView snapp installation command.
sudo snap install qfsview
Next, enter your Ubuntu password to confirm the installation. Install the qFSView Storage Visualization app on Ubuntu. Launch the qFSView Storage Visualization app by clicking show applications in the Ubuntu Gnome Dock, enter qfsview in the search box and click qfsview. Alternatively, run this command in a terminal.
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