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pfetch is a command line tool used for displaying system information in a simple and minimalistic way. It stands for "pretty fetch" and is designed to be lightweight and fast. When executed, pfetch gathers various system information like the operating system, kernel version, uptime, CPU model, GPU model, and more.

The tool also displays information about the system's memory usage, disk usage, and battery status. It can detect the battery status of laptops and indicate whether the battery is charging or discharging. Additionally, pfetch can determine the current desktop environment and display its name.

pfetch is highly customizable and allows users to change the tool's appearance according to their preferences. It supports various command line arguments that modify the output layout and color scheme. Users can also choose to display or hide specific sections of system information.

The tool is primarily intended for use in Unix-like operating systems but can also be used on other platforms like Windows, macOS, and BSD. pfetch is open-source and written in C, making it efficient and resource-friendly. It has gained popularity among Linux enthusiasts who prefer a simple and informative system information tool for their command line interface.

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