Disk Usage Analyzer (also known as baobab)

Disk Usage Analyzer (also known as baobab ) scans folders, devices or remote locations and and reports on the disk space consumed by each element. It provides both a tree-like and a graphical representation.

I use this all time, to find where all my files are (see the screenshots at Migrating from Ubuntu 16.04 to Fedora 28). It is a useful app to get acquainted with a new filesystem, I wish it were installed on all PCs.

Code and tracker at Projects · GNOME / baobab · GitLab. A great piece of the GNOME project. :slight_smile:

According to Disk Usage Analyzer - Wikipedia

It was originally named Baobab after the Adansonia tree.

I wonder if that is because the UI looks like an adansonia!