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106. Ubuntu Software Center: installing programs the easy way

Starting with this episode I will talk about Ubuntu Linux once in a while, and how to use it to create graphics and sound.

One of the great things about Ubuntu is how easy it is to install and uninstall programs. Most of the time you just need to open the Ubuntu Software Center, find a program and click install.

The operating system takes care of keeping all our programs updated, so we don't need to visit the website of each application looking for updates.

In this episode we take a look at the Ubuntu Software Center and use it to install, test and remove a program. I hope you find on it interesting tools that help you express your creativity!

Tags: software, center, install, app, program

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