Neofetch is an extremely simple shell script that is used to display your system's important information on the terminal.

Before running this script, you need to have it installed on your system.
Here at LinuxAPT, as part of our Server Management Services, we regularly help our Customers to perform related Neofetch queries on Ubuntu Linux Systems.
In this context, we shall look into the installation method of this script today on a Ubuntu 20.04 system.

How to install Neofetch on Ubuntu 20.04 ?

To install Neofetch on your Ubuntu 20.04 system, you will have to perform the following steps.

1. Update your Ubuntu 20.04 System before Installing Neofetch on it:

You need to update your Ubuntu 20.04 system's cache by executing the command shown below:

$ sudo apt update

Once your system's cache is fully updated, you can proceed with the installation of Neofetch on your Ubuntu 20.04 system.

2. Install Neofetch on your Ubuntu 20.04 System:

To install Neofetch on your system, you simply have to execute the following command in your system's terminal:

$ sudo apt install neofetch

3. Execute the Neofetch Script on your Ubuntu 20.04 System:

You can execute the Neofetch script after it has been successfully installed on your Ubuntu 20.04 system by executing the following command in your terminal:

$ neofetch

This shell script upon execution will display all your system’s information such as OS, Host, Kernel, Memory, CPU, GPU, and so on. on the terminal.

How to Uninstall Neofetch from Ubuntu 20.04 ?

If you want to remove the Neofetch shell script from your Ubuntu 20.04 system along with its configuration files, then you will have to execute the following command in your terminal:

$ sudo apt-get purge neofetch

You can also attempt to remove all the irrelevant packages and dependencies afterward to free up more space by executing the following command:

$ sudo apt-get autoremove

After executing this command, you will notice that the extra occupied space of your system is freeing up.

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