Stacer is an open-source linux system optimizer and monitoring tool that allows you to check as well as monitor the performance of any Linux machine. It offers a beautiful graphical user interface (gui) dashboar06d which displays the status of your CPU, Memory as well as Disk and many others. Lets take a look at its features, before we install Stacer on Linux.
- Supports multiple languages
- Comes with nice beautiful themes
- Provides with CPU, Memory as well as Disk usage
- Displays system info about your machine
- Features system cleaner which allows you to clean the package cache, crash reports, system logs, app cache, as well as the trash bin
- You can control which app starts up using the Startup Apps feature. You can as well add more apps
- There is a services tab that displays all running services
- Same as with processes running which you can end as well
- Uninstall multiple selected apps at once
- Multiple Package Uninstall
Stacer 1.0.8 Changelog
- Rewritten with C++.
- It consumes 10 times less resources than the old.
- It was made faster than before.
- Responsive Design.
- Added “startup at boot” option to Services page.
- System Cleaner improved.
- Processes page improved.
- Startup App edit was added.
How to install Stacer Linux System Optimizing Tool on Ubuntu 17.04 and below
sudo apt-get install gdebi wget https://github.com/oguzhaninan/Stacer/releases/download/v1.0.8/stacer_1.0.8_amd64.deb sudo gdebi stacer_1.0.8_amd64.deb
How to uninstall Stacer from Ubuntu
sudo apt-get remove stacer
How to install Stacer on Fedora
wget https://github.com/oguzhaninan/Stacer/releases/download/v1.0.8/stacer-1.0.8.rpm sudo rpm --install stacer-1.0.8.rpm stacer