Optimize, Clean and Visualize the performance and use of our equipment, is one of those tasks that we all do regularly, those who prefer to use a graphical interface and put aside the console to perform this task, you have several alternatives, one of which is Stacer.
In this article you will learn how How to optimize Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and derivatives, in a fast and intuitive way, you will also take control of the applications that start with your operating system, and you will be able to choose which applications you want to continue installed.
Table of Contents
- 1 What is Stacer?
- 2 Stacer Features
- 3 How to install Stacer?
What is Stacer?
Stacer is a simple open source tool, made by Oguzhan Inan, which allows us to view characteristics of our equipment, optimize and clean our distribution, organize and verify the services and programs that are running, as well as having the ability to uninstall the packages that we indicate.
Stacer It has a fairly simple, organized and attractive interface, recommended for beginner users and those who want to do processes that we usually do from the console from an excellent graphical interface.
- It is a Free and Free tool.
- Intuitive and attractive interface.
- Allow sudo access.
- It has a Dashboard that indicates the use of our CPU, Memory, Disk and the general information of our equipment and operating system.
- Possibility to scan and clean files from our Apt Caché, Crash Reports, System Logs, App Caché.
- It allows you to choose which applications and services to run when your operating system starts up.
- It gives us the functionality to activate and deactivate services quickly and easily.
- Equipped with an excellent one-click package uninstaller.
How to install Stacer?
Install Stacer on Debian Linux x86 and derivatives
stacer_1.0.0_i386.debfrom the Stacer releases page. Verify that you install the latest version
sudo dpkg --install stacer_1.0.0_i386.debin the directory where you downloaded the package.
- Go to the cd directory
Install Stacer on Debian Linux x64 and derivatives
stacer_1.0.0_amd64.debffrom Stacer releases page. Verify that you install the latest version.
sudo dpkg --install stacer_1.0.0_amd64.debin the directory where you downloaded the package.
- Go to the cd directory
If you want to add the application to the menu of your distribution, you must create a file
/home/$USER/.local/share/applications placing the following (change the directory for the one that corresponds):
[Desktop Entry] Comment=Stacer Terminal=false Name=Stacer Exec=/usr/share/stacer/Stacer Type=Application Categories=Network;
sudo apt-get --purge remove stacer
Stacer It is a fairly practical tool, easy to install, with an intuitive interface and that includes several features that we all want to use at some point. We hope you find it useful and we await your comments and impressions.