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Is there a tool like WinStatDir that can present a graphical stats of disk uage? Showing folders/files in different size of rectangles by its disk usage. Looks like Mac has similar drive visualization tool too. (see this)

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What version of Linux are you using? Ubuntu has built in software that does this. – kobaltz Mar 11 '12 at 7:19
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Baobab uses arc segments instead of rectangles.

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Baobab also has a View as Treemap option that shows rectangles. Gdmap also provides a rectangular display. – W_Whalley Mar 11 '12 at 12:19

There's also kdirstat (called k4dirstat in KDE4).

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