Hello. I have a question to ask you.
How do you clean out temporary files and other important cleaning processes in an automated means or way with Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit? For example: Most of us has heard of the popular CCleaner by Piriform.com typically for Windows operating systems. This program has numerous features such as: cleans out specific files (temporary files in temporary folders), helps speed up your computer, assists with protecting your privacy, empties your trash or recycle bin or can, and so, so much more I have not mentioned here. It only requires a few mouse clicks in order to run the program to clean out your system. It offers an informative GUI (Graphic User Interface) specifying what files or folders were removed in the cleaning process with some level of customizing ability associated with it too.
Is there an CCleaner equivalent for Linux Ubuntu v.11.10 64-bit? (a) If so, what is it called? (b) How do I get it? (c) Where is it located online (the home-parent website for the program that is)? (d) What can it do generally speaking with some specific details? (e) Does it offer a 64-bit version of the program too? (f) Can it be found in the Ubuntu Software Center or not?
Free is much appreciated since most Linux Ubuntu software is indeed free. Offering an informative GUI is really what I am looking for. Both automated time scheduled setup would be nice, but not necessary. Must have a manual operation however.