Snap Store is a graphical desktop application store with thousands of applications used by millions of people across 41 Linux distributions. In this guide, I will share with you 10 interesting and useful applications I discovered in Snap Store. If you are new to Snaps, check out our guides about snaps: A Beginners Guide to
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How to Manage Snaps in Linux – Part 2
This is the second article in a two-part series about a beginner’s guide to snaps in Linux. It covers how to run snaps from the command-line interface, creates and use snap aliases, interacts with a snap’s services, and create and manage snapshots of a snap. Run Apps from Snaps A snap may provide a single
A Beginners Guide to Snaps in Linux – Part 1
In the past few years, the Linux community has been blessed with some remarkable advancements in the area of package management on Linux systems, especially when it comes to universal or cross-distribution software packaging and distribution. One of such advancements is the Snap package format developed by Canonical, the makers of the popular Ubuntu Linux.