How to Check System Information in Ubuntu

First of all, for those who still don’t know ScreenFetch, it is a bash script that shows information about Linux distribution, kernel, version, desktop environment, window manager, Hardware and Software. The best thing about ScreenFetch is that it shows us the information using ASCII code to create the logo of the system we use.

To learn Ubuntu system features is simple to install and use ScreenFetch; it only takes a few seconds to add repositories to your system, refresh repositories, and install ScreenFetch. To perform the operation, you must first open the terminal and run the following commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:djcj/screenfetch
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install screenfetch

Finally, to start ScreenFetch after installation, type the following command into the terminal or TTY and run:


You can watch the video below for learning system and hardware information using ScreenFetch on Linux / Ubuntu or other distributions.

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