How can I have a system cleaner per Linux machine?

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Hallo good people.

I am having several machines that are running the Linux Operating System.

I would like to install and run a systems cleaner in all of them individually.

Is there a multi-user cleaner application so that I have a cleaner per Linux machine?

My machines are 6 and therefore a 6 user application shall do.

Thanks a bunch.

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Answered By 5 points N/A #136144

How can I have a system cleaner per Linux machine?

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Hi Greg Charlton,

Installing the system cleaner will increase your system efficiency and output.

The following is a list of very useful free system cleaners.

Installing them separately on each machine will enable you derive full benefits of the software and thereby accomplish your objective of maintaining your system.

BleachBit

It enables you delete unwarranted files.

GtkOrphan

An important graphical tool that locates and removes stray libraries

Computer Janitor

It wholly cleans up your PC.

Sweeper

An interim file cleaner for the system’s KDE 4

Synaptic Package Manager

A manager that comes in a graphical package.

Feel free to explore these cleaners.

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How can I have a system cleaner per Linux machine?

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Helli Greg Charlton,

If you want to clean the system things which are not useful and they are just a dump to you machine and also you want to remove all temporary files and other stuff from your lines platform then you can use Cleaner for your system.

That is a excellent software that you can use.

All you need is to download that software and use it.

It is very easy to use.

 

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How can I have a system cleaner per Linux machine?

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Hi Greg,

To do a clean up on your system improves system performance and the best tool to use is the BleachBit.

You need to install BleachBit and once installed you will find it on "applications menu" under "system". 

Then you open it, and you will see a window similar to the one below.

You will choose everything you need to clean and do not worry about deleting system files because it will warn you if you attempt to delete important files. 

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How can I have a system cleaner per Linux machine?

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In Microsoft Windows, the most popular system cleaner is CCleaner. CCleaner is available for Microsoft Windows and macOS. It is not available for Linux. Good thing there are alternatives to CCleaner for Linux. First up is FSlint. It is a Linux utility that allows you to find and clean different forms of lint in a file system like duplicate files.

It supports GUI and command line modes. FSlint allows you to delete unwanted programs and junk files. Aside from locating duplicate files, it can also find empty directories, temporary files, and incorrect IDs. Next up is Stacer. This utility comes with a modern user interface and covers four sections like the app cache, apt-cache, system logs, and crash reports.

Next is Sweeper. This is the default and simple cleaner for KDE applications. You can use it to clean unwanted traces of user activities on the system to protect privacy. It can also help reclaim space on the hard drive by removing or deleting unused temporary files.

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