Hey guys, So I went ahead and got me a $3.99 VPS from OVH. Not going to lie, I live in WA State and.. the latency is actually pretty damn snappy. Also, my VPS is so much more reactive. Putty basically feels like the VPS is hosted in Seattle or something (Right next to me) -- no idea how OVH does this, but maybe I'm over-thinking it, but all I can say is it feels great and I live across the damn country. Anyways.. There is only one problem. On my other VPS, we had a OS template called "Debian Minimal". With this VPS from OVH, the Debian default installations include a lot of bloatware. For example, the Debian Minimal on my other VPS ran idle with only 90mb of ram. The one OVH uses around 500mb stock.. I checked top: https://i.gyazo.com/320a06fc2169563370885a7577bfc3c5.png With all this said, is there some type of bash script that exists that removes all the bloatware to make it seem more like a "Debian Minimal"? I mean, it doesn't seem like it's using a lot of CPU, but the ram usage is killing me. I'm very OCD about it Thanks!