GNOME Disk Analyzer
By mkupfer on Jun 24, 2007
I upgraded my desktop to snv_66 (build 66 of Solaris Nevada) earlier in the week and played around some with the new GNOME bits (2.18). The new Disk Analyzer GUI has a much-improved format for showing where you're using disk space. In the example below, about 25% of my home directory is email, and about 23 MB is email for NFS.
I still prefer the equivalent view in Konqueror, because it can identify individual files, whereas the GNOME tool only tells you about directories. But the radial format in the GNOME tool is pretty cool.
(In case anyone is wondering, the KDE screenshot is from back in March, so this picture is not directly comparable with the one above.)