Binary package hint: computer-janitor
After choosing one or more of the packages Computer Janitor offers me for removal, I'm shown a confirmation alert box where it suggests that this action "may break my system, if I need them".
Users who know the packages they don't need can be assumed to be able to clean them up themselves, without having to rely on Computer Janitor's judgment. For users who don't, the sentence "This may break your system, if you need them" will only create fear and confusion: if the packages may still be needed, why did the software offer to remove them in the first place? Can its judgment of what is needed and what isn't not be relied on? And if not, how is the non-technical user supposed to know whether the action will "break her system"?
Possible replacement (I haven't yet given much thought to this; it can probably be improved):
Title: Are you sure you want to remove these packages?
Body: You are about to remove [n] software packages. Please verify that they are no longer needed on your computer. Do you want to continue?