Fastfetch System Information Fetch Tool

Fastfetch is a free and open source system command line information fetch tool for Linux, Windows, Android and MacOS. Using this Fastfetch app, you can get your system information in your terminal application in a pretty way. It is written in C and released under MIT license. It will show your operating system logo in ASCII art. It comes with more than 411 OS logo support. It is fast and similar to Neofetch with more options.

Fastfetch

Download Fastfetch [Linux, MacOS, Windows]

Install Fastfetch on Ubuntu

Download Fastfetch for Linux in the native .deb package file format from the above download link and save it on your Downloads folder. Now open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below Fastfetch apt install command.

Note: Here “fastfetch-linux-amd64.deb” is the downloaded file name. You can change below command bassed on your file name.

sudo apt install ./Downloads/fastfetch*.deb

[OR]

sudo apt install ./Downloads/fastfetch-linux-amd64.deb

After the installation open it using below command.

fastfetch

Install fastfetch via PPA:

You can also install fastfetch using below Ubuntu PPA. In the terminal run below commands one by one. It will install Fastfetch on your Ubuntu Linux system.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:zhangsongcui3371/fastfetch
sudo apt update
sudo apt install fastfetch
fastfetch

You can view all supported OS logos using below command.

fastfetch --print-logos

For the complete details you can run below command.

fastfetch --help
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