As the folder name says
/usr/share/applications... are these all my applications installed in the system?
Will deleting a program's icon in below pics mean uninstalling it from the system permanently?
For example, I see Amazon & Cheese icons twice... Files icon thrice
This is a freshly installed Ubuntu 18.04 and I've just installed Audacious, MPV player, Dconf & GNOME Tweaks.
- How can I know which icon is the actual application that I have to keep? For example I want to remove Amazon completely from my system. Of the two Archive Manager icons, I want to keep the actual working one and remove the other...
How can I know the name of application that can be removed via command line, for example
sudo apt remove Amazon sudo apt remove Audacious Qt Interface sudo apt remove Cheese-not-in-use sudo apt remove Files1-not-in-use sudo apt remove Files2-not-in-use
If I want Audacious, MPV player, Dconf, Files, Cheese, InputMethod, Keyboard, Gparted, Displays, Dock, Disks, Calendar only, then I want to see only 12 icons in this folder.
Is this achievable?