Though there are quite a few Ubuntu configuration tools, Stacer is a new Linux desktop application for monitoring system resources and services, cleaning up system caches, and more.
- Dashboard with brief system info, resource usage, and network speed.
- System Cleaner to remove package cache, crash reports, system logs, app cache, and trash.
- Manage startup applications.
- Manage system services.
- System Monitor – processes and resources.
- An uninstaller to list and uninstall system installed packages.
- Dark and light theme.
Some Stacer screenshots:
Install Stacer in Ubuntu:
The official binary packages are available for download at the release page:
For Ubuntu and derivatives, select download:
- .Appimage package: make it executable from file’s properties window -> permissions tab, then right-click run the file to launch Stacer.
- .deb package: install the package via Ubuntu Software or Gdebi, or run command in terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T):
sudo dpkg -i ~/Downloads/stacer_*_amd64.deb; sudo apt -f install
Finally launch the software from Unity Dash, Gnome launcher, or other app launcher.
To remove the software, simply remove the .Appimage file, or run following command in terminal if you installed it via .deb package:
sudo apt-get remove --autoremove stacer