What can I use instead of TreeSize

There is a Windows program called Tree Size which shows disk usage.

You can tell how much each folder is using in Linux using the following from command line:-

du -cks * | sort -gr

 

Old version...      du -sm $(find $1 -maxdepth 1 -type d ) | sort -gr

 

The output is show in MB.

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