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Their size is so big, that's why I will never download any of them so they're just been in my way to find the native software that am willing to download from Ubuntu software center, so is there is anyway to delete their PPA or whatever?

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You cannot, but try Synaptic instead

Most KDE apps are in the official repositories and not in a PPA, so there's no way to prevent them being shown when you browse/search in the Software Centre.

As an alternative, try installing the Synaptic Package Manager instead, and look at the listings under the "Gnome Desktop Environment" sections for a selection of "native" apps:

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Thanks a lot for clearing thing, I like to stay with USC so I guess will have to learn to live with them being around :) – Doctoa Jul 15 '12 at 10:43

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