BleachBit is an open source software that deletes unnecessary files from your computer, in oder to free valuable disk space and maintain privacy.
BleachBit is designed for Linux systems, it wipes clean Bash, Beagle, Epiphany, Firefox, Flash, Java, KDE, OpenOffice.org, Opera, rpmbuild, RealPlayer, VIM, XChat, and more.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· In Firefox, delete more session restore
· In Firefox, delete site-specific preferences
· In Firefox, delete input history.
· In Firefox, delete more URL history.
· In Google Chrome and Chromium, properly delete HTML5 cookies without deleting preferences for extensions (LP#732567)
· In Google Chrome and Chromium, delete the Databases.db files
· In Google Chrome and Chromium, delete favicons (except those that have bookmarks)
· In Google Chrome delete more history: the DNS prefetching host referral list
· In Opera, delete session backup
Specific to Linux:
· Fix crash starting as administrator on Ubuntu 11.04.
· Support Seamonkey 2.0 (pointed out by Ed Hurst and Gogeden)
· Do not delete /var/tmp/kdecache to avoid crashing KDE (KDE#271889)
· Fix crash when changing options when Linux packager has disabled online updates (LP#715286)
· Require PyGTK version 2.14 or later