Just a thought what about a ported version of some of the tools in mackeeper to Linux allot of netbooks and tablets will be shipping this year with special version of linux like any other computers these can be open to slow downs and risks. There are currently no clean up or security apps available for netbooks to my knowledge it may be an interesting market to corner.
thank you for the idea. Sounds really interesting.
I can see how it would be useful, but I think it might be really hard to develop. Many distributions of linux have different software managers and different window managers. There are a lot, which can make it hard to keep track of which one works. Many people also get deep into modifying their operating systems, where cleaning software might pose a risk, removing things that shouldn't be remove. That happened to me, once.
I can see one primarily for Ubuntu, though. That would probably work. Especially with the new 10.10 software center, which lets you purchase paid software.
I would see this being exclusive to the netbook OS's such as intels mygloblin offering.
If you are using another version of linux the chance is you might know how to look after your system.
The netbook OS's however are designed for the less techy.
Yes, you're right.