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Screenfetch is a command line tool that displays system information in a whimsical and visually appealing manner. It automatically gathers relevant data about your system and presents it in a terminal or console window.

  1. Developed by Kitt-AI, screenfetch is primarily used to showcase system information when sharing screenshots or terminal output.
  2. It is compatible with various Unix-like operating systems such as Linux, BSD, and macOS.
  3. Running the tool retrieves details like the operating system, kernel version, CPU information, GPU details, RAM usage, and even the ASCII logo of the Linux distribution.
  4. The program uses command-line utilities such as neofetch, lsb_release, uname, and inxi to retrieve the system information.
  5. Screenfetch's output is colorful, with ASCII art representing the distribution's logo, including others like Tux for Linux.
  6. The displayed ASCII art can be customized based on the chosen Linux distribution.
  7. The tool also provides information about the terminal emulator being used, disk usage, screen resolution, and even the time and date.
  8. Screenfetch can be run automatically at the start of a terminal session using configuration files or by appending it to the shell's configuration file.
  9. It is widely used for showcasing Linux desktop setups or simply to provide a fun and informative way of displaying system details.
  10. Screenfetch is open-source and can be installed via package managers like apt-get, pacman, or manually compiled from the source code.

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