More and more users are using Ubuntu as their main system, which means that in a short time our systems will start to slow down. This is due in part to the fact that the system needs a cleanup, some sort of registry cleaner or free up space on our computer. This in Ubuntu is simpler than it seems. To do this we just need to do a simple installation of a known program and then run its cleaning feature.
This well-known program is called Ubuntu Tweak that in the latest versions has added a cleaner section that with a click on a button will clean our system automatically.
How did we install Ubuntu Tweak?
To do this we just have to go to the Ubuntu Software Center and look for the Ubuntu Tweak package. We install it and after the installation we will see how the program already works.
How do we clean the system?
Now we go to the “cleaner” tab and see the window split in two. On the left we will see the list of points that cleaned the system. In this case we will mark everything unless we want to leave something that is not erased, for example the old cores. Once you have checked everything you want to clean, go to the bottom right of the window and press the “Clean” button, after which the system will start cleaning only.
Ubuntu Tweak is a very complete tool and this facet of system cleaner, although it is a rudimentary thing is very useful for novices in the operating system and especially for those who come from Windows and are used to performing a regular cleaning of the system. In Ubuntu it will not be needed so much but if you pass the cleaner at least once every six months, to make sure, it is better to prevent than to regret.