The Future Of Ubuntu Software Center
Ubuntu Software Center (initially Ubuntu Software Store) was released with Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala and it currently has only a few of the features it was designed for, being just stage 1 out of 4.
The Ubuntu Software Center is a graphical utility for package management in Ubuntu. In version 1, it builds on the basic philosophy of Add/Remove Applications with an easier-to-use design. In version 2, the primary goals are to take the place of Synaptic and apturl, and to include ratings and reviews of software.
Let’s take a deeper look to what we’ll have with Ubuntu Software center version 2 and more.
The features Ubuntu Software Center should bring with Lucid:
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