A graphical system monitor and resources optimiser. FREE | BIT.LY/LUD_STACER
System monitoring is an essential task for any user. Although you’ll find several system monitors in distribution repositories, Stacer offers the added benefit of an attractive user interface that’s intuitive to navigate. Besides monitoring, you can also use it to optimise and fine-tune several aspects of your installation — like Bleachbit, but with a nicer interface.
Stacer has a PPA repository for Ubuntu and also hosts precompiled RPM and DEB files in addition to an AppImage for other distributions. The app’s dashboard displays information about the system and has dials to depict the activity levels of the processor, memory and disk, along with bars for download and upload speeds. You can also configure the app to alert you in case the readings on any of the dials exceeds a defined level. Use the icons on the left to switch to the different components (or areas) of the app. You can add and disable startup apps and control other installed services. The app also helps you free up disk space by removing unwanted files from particular locations, such as the Trash and package caches. In the same vein, it can also display a list of all installed apps and enables you to uninstall any of them.