How to remove unnecessary files from Ubuntu operating system

Are you using Ubuntu Linux operating system?Do you know how to clean your unnecessary files in Ubuntu ? No problem if you don’t know ,Today I will show you one easy way to clean unwanted files in Ubuntu operating system.


As you know we got a lot of temp file cleaners for windows .I personally use C-cleaner in my windows 7 system.Ubuntu also got lot of similar handy applications.One of my favourite is BleachBit.


BleachBit removes or deletes unnecessary system files to free your valuable disk space, maintain privacy, and remove junk. Rid your system of old clutter including cache, temporary files, cookies, and broken shortcuts. BleachBit wipes clean Bash,  Flash, Java, KDE,, Beagle, Epiphany, Firefox,Opera, RealPlayer, rpmbuild, VIM, XChat, and many more.

Download Bleachbit

To clean unnecessary files in ubuntu you need to install the application  from Ubuntu download center.Once you installed the application just start the application and it will open a window with different sectors and the active button corresponding to your requirement and click on Preview button.

Bleachbit temp cleaner


Now BleachBit will search your Ubuntu system for unnecessary files in selected areas.Once Bleach Bit finish the job you will get a clear idea of how many space it will recover for on Delete button to finish to clean all temporary and unwanted files from your Ubuntu system.


Download the .deb package from here and try it in your ubuntu system and share your experience with us.


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