Systemclean- A nautilus script to clean your system from unnecessary files

Systemclean is a nautilus script that  clean the system from unnecessary files. It is safe to use since it doesn`t  affect the settings of either the system or any program.terminal



1- Download the script from this link

2- Extract the file to your home directory.

3- Now open terminal and cd the extracted directory, in my case :

cd /home/zinovsky/Downloads/SystemClean_en v1.2/

4- Now copy Systemclean to /.gnome/nautilus-script

cp SystemClean /home/zinovsky/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/

is done.

Now to open Systemclean, right click on your desktop then go to scripts menu and select SystemClean:


You will get this screen :


Choose the programs you want to clean cache and click ok. When cleaning is complete you will get this message.


{module user9-footer}

3 Comments on this Post

  1. Is there any reason this wants root pasword before using and also requires an internet connection? As a local script it shouldnt send anything to the creator. Sorry but this seems unsafe

  2. bleachbit is the best :)

  3. Hi!
    The reason that wants password is that must be run some commands as root, to clean system, and must have internet connection because it will need to update command! :)
    There is no safety issue!
    You can just open systemclean with any editor and see the commands! :)

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