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Rfetch is a command line tool used to display system information on UNIX-like systems. It stands for "Rust Fetch" and is written in the Rust programming language.

  1. Rfetch aims to provide a lightweight and fast alternative to other tools like neofetch or screenfetch.
  2. It retrieves system information by reading files in the /proc and /sys directories.
  3. Rfetch displays information such as the operating system, kernel version, CPU model, CPU usage, memory usage, disk usage, and more.
  4. The tool is highly customizable, allowing users to choose the information they want to display and customize the output format.
  5. Rfetch supports various configuration options and command line flags, making it flexible and adaptable to different user preferences.
  6. It can be easily installed using package managers like cargo, which is the package manager for Rust.
  7. Rfetch is designed to be resource-efficient and has minimal impact on system performance.
  8. It has a small codebase and follows a modular architecture, making it easy to understand and contribute to.
  9. The tool is actively maintained and developed, with frequent updates and bug fixes.
  10. Rfetch has gained popularity among users who prefer a minimalistic, yet informative system information tool for their command line interface.

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