Stacer is A System Monitoring and Clean Up Utility for Ubuntu.
Stacer is a Utility that monitors and optimizes Ubuntu systems. It comes with a beautifully designed minimal UI and gives a quick look at the system. Stacer can monitor and give options to optimize your system. Hers is an overview of its features:
Table of Contents
The dashboard comes with graphical highlights of the current LIVE utilization of CPU, Memory, and Disk. Along with it gives you a basic snapshot of important system information of a system.
System cleaner section shows you cache contains, logs for apt and systems :
- Apt Cache
- Crash Reports
- System Logs
- App Cache
With a click of a button, you can clean the above contents and also can do a fresh system scan.
The startup apps tab lists the apps that you have added to startup applications.
The list of currently running Ubuntu system services is listed in the Services tab. You can manually start/stop a service.
The Uninstaller tab shows the list of packages installed and by the click of an icon you can uninstall the same. Be very cautious while uninstalling a package and make sure you know what you are doing.
This sums up the overview of the Stacer app. If you are interested to give it a try, download instructions are present below.
Download and Install
Run below instructions in Ubuntu and its derivatives to install Stacer:
wget https://github.com/oguzhaninan/Stacer/releases/download/v1.0.2/Stacer_1.0.2_amd64.deb sudo gdebi Stacer_1.0.2_amd64.deb
Once installed, you can launch it from Dash or from the System menu.
Report any issues @ GitHub.