A Simple Way For Cleaning Your Advanced Packing Tools (APT) Cache!

Every time you install a new program via the APT in Debian or Ubuntu (or any Linux distro that uses it) those downloads creates a cache on your HDD. So the more you install the more your cache fills up. If you have a PC with limited amount of HDD space then the bits and bytes occupied by those cache can be a bit of a hassle.

Although there are several ways that you can remove that cache from the APT, but there is a dedicated option built into the apt package manager which does all that cleaning-up automatically. So how can you do it, well quite simple actually.

As always open your terminal and paste the command listed below...

sudo apt-get clean

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