5 Useful Linux Command Line Tools that Everyone Should Use


rmlint: Scans your file system and tells you how much space is taken by duplicate files, folders, broken symlinks, empty files and more.


ntfy: A nifty utility that helps you send notifications to your desktop. The ntfy works via system DBUS and libnotify.


btop: A terminal-driven best monitoring tool that shows info about your system status in a colourful way.


ncdu: (NCurses Disk Usage) - ncdu is a disk usage analyzer app that scans your system and gives you an excellent representation of the disk space status in the terminal.


rclone: The rclone is the best command-line program to sync and manage files from your local system to the cloud storage such as Google driver, AWS etc.