Install BleachBit 0.9.2 on Ubuntu 11.10/11.04/10.10/10.04/9.10/9.04/8.04/Linux Mint (New Release)

BleachBit is a free and open source utility which will help you get rid of those files which clutter up your hard drive and threaten your privacy. It also includes advanced features to shred files and clean disk space to prevent file recovery.


BleachBit, the open source system cleaner, announces the public 0.9.2 which includes enhancements, bug fixes, and translation updates.

What's new:
  • Clean Firefox crash reports.
  • Clean more Google Chrome and Chromium history: omnibox shortcuts, Network Action Predictor, and keywords_backup.
  • Clean LibreOffice.
  • Specific to Windows
  • More gracefully handle error finding user startup folder
  • Define %Documents% for better winapp2.ini compatibility
  • Support cleaning registry key hive HKEY_USERS (alias HKU)
New Translations:
  • Add Interlingua translation thanks to Emilio Sepulveda
  • Update Chinese (Traditional) thanks to Pin-hsien Li.
  • Update Czech thanks to Roman Horník.
  • Update Dutch thanks to rob.
  • Update English (United Kingdom) thanks to Alfredo Hernández.
  • Update Esperanto thanks to Michael Moroni.
  • Update German thanks to Gerjet Kleine-Weischede, Daniel Winzen.
  • Update Swedish thanks to Göran Malmberg, sweidre, Peter Almer, Daniel Nylander, Rikard Edgren.
  • Update Vietnamese thanks to Lê Trường An.

Download and install Bleachbit:
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