Let’s say you need to free up some space on Ubuntu — how do you go about it?
Unlike Windows, with its built-in defrag and disk clean-up tools, Ubuntu doesn’t make it immediately obvious how you go about trying to free up space.
What do you do once you’ve emptied the trash, and deleted those .ISO downloads? How do you recover more space?
We’re going to show you 5 super simple (and in some cases blindingly obvious if easily forgotten) steps you can take to get back those GBs, materialise more MBs, and clean out the stale KBs.
Whenever you need more space — and heck, even if you don’t — here are 5 simple ways to free up disk space on Ubuntu.
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