One of the most essential computer maintenance tasks is pruning outdated and orphaned files from the deep, dark dungeons within the Linux filing system. These disconnected scraps and bits are endemic to the file structure in any operating system, Linux included. Weeding the Linux software garden is not something that typical users do often enough. However, letting the clutter of different temporary or cache folders linger will sooner or later slow down the system and waste valuable disk space.
September 7, 2011
BleachBit Leaves Your File System Sparkling and Grime-Free
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