Ubuntu system cleaner Stacer has a brand new release — and a brand new codebase. The popular utility, which is best described as a cross between CCleaner for Ubuntu and a regular system monitor, has been rewritten in C++ for its latest release. Yup, the Ubuntu cleaner app has binned Electron — news that will please many […]
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Deepin has unveiled its latest first-party app, a stylish new system monitor — and it makes me want to go all Dexter on my distro. The app, named ‘Deepin System Monitor’, marries the aesthetic appeal of resource monitors like Conky with the functionality of regular process management tools. The end result is an app that looks […]
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A new version Stacer, an open-source system cleaning n’ tune-up tool for Linux desktops, is available to download. Stacer 1.0.7 ships with improved language support, adds in a choice of light or dark theme, and introduces a new processes monitor. Processes can be sorted based on PID, CPU and memory usage, etc. You can also search […]
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Today I came across Ubunsys, an advanced system utility for Ubuntu 17.04, and I think power users among you may find it useful. Ubunsys, which is under active development and not yet considered stable, exposes various advanced security, package management and system settings in a straightforward wizard-style UI. Or to put it another way, it lets […]
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Stacey helps you monitor system resource usage, clear app caches, uninstall unwanted apps, and even stop system processes from running in the background.
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Want to clean your Linux desktop with one click? Well, this nifty panel applet will let you do just that. Some of us treat the desktop as a sacred space, somewhere to be kept immaculately tidy, and house only the most essential of application and file system icons. Some of us see the desktop as a kitchen work top, that is somewhere […]
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Want to keep an eye on your CPU temperature on Ubuntu? You have a lot of different apps to choose from, including this neat app called ‘Sensors Unity’.
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How often do you use GNOME System Monitor? I (thankfully) don’t. The only time I do is when a background process is going rogue… But if GNOME’s designers manage to implement a proposed top-to-bottom redesign of the app comes, that could change. Meet Usage Under the new name of “Usage” (it’ll become clear why) the revamped GNOME System Monitor app gets […]
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A new version of the handy system resource monitor ‘Indicator SysMonitor‘ has been released. The utility makes keeping an eye on CPU load, RAM usage and battery capacity a snap. Although similar to Indicator MultiLoad, a tool we featured in our list of 11 must-have Ubuntu power-ups, SysMonitor eschews fancier graphical touches, like usage graphs and theming options. Instead, the […]
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Whether you’re a relative novice or a seasoned pro, we all want to get the most from our operating system. Ubuntu, like most modern OSes, has more to offer than what is presented at first blush.
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