Analyze disk usage with Baobab

Conclusions

Baobab brings order to chaotic file and directory structures on mass storage media. If you run out of disk space, Baobab helps you quickly find the biggest storage hogs and move them directly to the trash can, bypassing the command line. The tool impresses with its ease of operation, good overview, and option to work on remote systems.

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