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Fastfetch is a command-line tool that displays system information with an ASCII art ASCII ASCII art asciifi art and other information in a fast and efficient manner. It is designed to quickly fetch system information such as the distribution name, kernel version, CPU, GPU, memory, and other details.

Fastfetch can be installed and used on Linux-based systems, including popular distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, and others. It primarily relies on parsing system files and procfs/sysfs data to gather information, ensuring minimal overhead and fast execution.

This tool is highly customizable, and you can modify various aspects such as color schemes, ASCII art, and output formatting according to your preference. Users can also enhance the output by adding custom logos or ASCII art files.

Fastfetch is often used as a fun way to display system information for personal use or to share screenshots with others. It provides an aesthetically pleasing and visually appealing summary of key system parameters, making it a popular choice among tech enthusiasts and Linux users.

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