proxima_centauri wrote:sudo apt-get clean will remove all of the downloaded packages used by apt-get/synaptic to install programs. these are perfectly safe to remove since you presumable won't have to install whatever again, but even if you did, its just another download away.
sudo apt-get autoclean will remove any partially downloaded packages used by apt-get/synaptic, also safe to remove.
Download here. http://linux.bydg.org/~yogin/# Just be careful and stick with your home directory.KleanSweep allows you to reclaim disk space by finding unneeded files. It can search for files basing on several criterias; you can seek for:
* empty files
* empty directories
* backup files
* broken symbolic links
* broken executables (executables with missing libraries)
* dead menu entries (.desktop files pointing to non-existing executables)
* duplicated files
* orphaned files -- files not found in RPM (for rpm-based distros, e.g. Fedora Core, Suse) or DPKG (for dpkg based distros, e.g. Debian and Ubuntu) database
* obsolete thumbnails (thumbnails conforming to freedesktop.org standard, pointing to non-existing images)
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