Linux.com: Picture Your Disk Space with 3-D Filesystem Browsers
Nov 02, 2006, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nathan Willis)
"You don't need a Ph.D. in scientific visualization to have some
fun with three-dimensional data. Whether you're searching for an
unused nook in a cramped disk partition, or trying to find the
bloated temp/ folder that's crashing your system, sometimes the
flat folder view of a traditional GUI file browser is little help.
Luckily, Linux offers a variety of 3-D filesystem that can make
your disk usage statistics come alive.
"Take File System Visualizer (FSV), for instance. When you
launch FSV, the view port brings up a 3-D palette representing the
current working directory..."