BleachBit 1.12 comes as a replacement for BleachBit 1.10, which was announced at the beginning of the year, and it looks like it has been in development since April under the BleachBit 1.11.x umbrella. During its three-month development cycle, the software has received a total of three Beta builds that have brought many changes, improvements, and a handful of new features.
BleachBit is the tool you need if you want to keep your GNU/Linux or Windows clean and free of junk files left by various applications. The latest version, BleachBit 1.12, includes updates for the popular Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome web browsers, a few under-the-hood improvements, and many changes to both Linux and Windows ports.
Probably the most important feature of them all is the ability to install the software on the recently released Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) and Fedora 24 Linux operating systems, as the developer has provided users with both DEB and RPM binary packages, making the installation easier and painless.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht