Filelight - a KDE disk usage tool

Due to popular demand, and just because it's a nice KDE application that does a similar job as what I covered last time, I'm now going to show you Filelight.

Filelight bills itself as a program that "creates an interactive map of concentric segmented-rings that helps visualise disk usage on your computer". In essence, it's a graphical program that helps you look at and understand how much ...

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Graphical disk usage with Baobab

Tracking what is using what disk space on your computer can be a right pain. It's easy enough to look at how much space a particular file or folder is taking up, but working out where all your gigabytes and gigabytes of storage have gone overall can be difficult unless you know where to look.

I've covered how to find out your disk usage from the command line ...

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KMyMoney - KDE finance management

Money management. It's generally not very fun, but it's something we all have to deal with.

There are several open source applications for finance management, GnuCash being one of the most well known and a very strong contender.

Over on the KDE specific side, we have KMyMoney, currently at version 0.8.7.

The ultimate objectives of KMyMoney are...

  • Familiar Features. KMyMoney intends to provide all
    important features ...

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