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  1. ran495's Avatar
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    Nothing too complicated, just wish there was an app to see how my disk space was being used up. (for touchpad)
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    if you want to know about your /media/internal memory a.k.a. USB accessible drive you can use the integrated webos app device information.

    for other mount points though you will have to use linux commandline by now.
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    device info app in "settings" shows free storage space.
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    The HP Music app gives you a diagram with disk usage broken out by type.
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    how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale46 View Post
    The HP Music app gives you a diagram with disk usage broken out by type.
    how?
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    Plug in your touchpad to your computer, mount as an external drive.

    Download and install WinDirStat. Run, enjoy.
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    If you use homebrew, Internalz Pro will allow you to find the size of given directories, for overall free space, Device Info as said above.
    I love physical keyboards... but there is two devices that would make me consider a slab, one is something running a full version of Open webOS. The other is an iPhone!!!! HA HA just kidding (about the iPhone that is)...
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    actually i was looking more of something neville suggested with winDirStat. but more of like JDiskReport. I wish i didnt have to connect to my computer to see the stats tho.

    Im trying internalz, but its having an issue right now with me so ill get back on this.

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