Old Kernels

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I noticed that Bleachbit doesn't remove old Linux Kernels.

This is a good idea, but the implementation is distribution-specific. Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE would all be different. Even though I don't use Ubuntu, I'd probably start with Ubuntu because most BleachBit users use Ubuntu.

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Andrew, lead developer

Yeah true because each distro has a few unique quality's. Still I love bleachbit and its wonderful.

I prefer using Synaptic Package Manager for removing old kernels manually. I feel that removing old kernels would make BleachBit a bit too intrusive within the operating system, which I do not think is such a great idea. Just my 2 Cents.

Interesting. If you don't have to check the 'delete old kernels' option, is it still intrusive?

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Andrew, lead developer