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apt remove and apt purge are two similar commands used for uninstalling applications in Ubuntu and Debian. So, what’s the difference?
Seeing “Key is stored in legacy trusted.gpg keyring” message while updating Ubuntu? Here are the steps you can take to get rid of it.
Learn about removing apt packages with apt remove command in detail in this beginner’s tutorial.
UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) is a simple-to-use firewall utility with plenty of options for all kinds of users. It is actually an interface for iptables, which is the classic low-level tool (and harder to get comfortable with) to set up rules for your network. Why should you use a Firewall? A firewall is a way to…
An extensive list of essential Linux commands that every Ubuntu user will find helpful in their Linux journey.
Installed Snap package earlier and now you want to uninstall it? Learn how to remove snap packages in Linux.
Can’t open AVIF images in Linux? AVIF is a new image file format for the web and here is what you can do to view AVIF images on Linux desktop.
gedit is not the default text editor in Ubuntu 22.10. Here’s how to install Gedit on Ubuntu and make it the default text editor again.
Wondering how to update Google Chrome in Ubuntu? It’s done from software center, not from the browser it self. Read in details.
Paying for full HD streaming to Netflix and yet it doesn’t play in 1080p? Here’s how you can make Netflix play full HD on Firefox browser.
Brave has picture-in-picture mode but it’s so hidden that you feel like there is no PIP support at all. Here’s how to enable and use it.