Stacer Dashboard

Stacer – system optimizer and monitoring software

Last Updated on September 1, 2020

Stacer: Settings

Stacer Settings

The first drop down box lets you change the language. You can choose from Arabic, Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Korean, Occitan, Malaysian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.

Stacer has two themes, a default theme and a light theme. All the Stacer screenshots in this article use the default theme.

There’s also the option to choose which disk statistics are reported in other tabs, as well as choosing the starting page.

You can also configure alert messages when CPU, Memory or Disk usage exceed a specified percentage.

There’s also the option to automatically start Stacer at boot.


The light theme makes text harder to read, so I prefer the default theme.

The alert messages can be useful depending on your requirements. Out of the three, the memory and disk alerts are most useful.

Next page: Page 12 – Summary

Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Intro
Page 2 – Dashboard
Page 3 – Startup Apps
Page 4 – System Cleaner
Page 5 – Services
Page 6 – Processes
Page 7 – Uninstaller
Page 8 – Resources
Page 9 – APT Repository Manager
Page 10 – Gnome Settings
Page 11 – Settings
Page 12 – Summary

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5 years ago

ppa doen’t work….