Many Windows users switched to Linux know a program like CCleaner, which provides users with a powerful and simple to use tool for cleaning and optimization of 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating systems.
Linux operating systems clog much less Windows. Linux has no registry and the system architecture is designed in such a way as to leave as little "garbage". But in addition to the system flaws, the file system can accumulate unnecessary files, programs, user files and unused cores. Therefore, as continuous use, the cleaning system is necessary in order to make room for more necessary programs and files on the hard disk partition with the installed system.
In Linux also there are programs like CCleaner. BleachBit is primarily available in the software repositories of almost any distribution of Linux. But it is probably for advanced users, because if misused, with BleachBit can be "cleaned" to such an extent that the system will not boot anymore.
You can use a safer terminal command for cleaning type:
clean autoclean autoremove
Ubuntu Cleaner is a part of the program Ubuntu Tweak. As Ubuntu Tweak is no longer being developed, comrade Gerard Puig pulled this functionality and made a separate tool, while retaining all necessary functions.
Despite the fact that Ubuntu Cleaner, was created for Ubuntu, the program installs and runs on distributions of Linux Mint based on Ubuntu.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gerardpuig/ppa sudo apt update sudo apt install ubuntu-cleaner
If for some reason you can not install Ubuntu Cleaner, download the DEB package from the repository ppa:gerardpuig/ppa.