I am sorry if this is a "too newbie" question.
I wasn't happy with snaps and I tried to delete all of them by using this line:
sudo apt autoremove --purge snapd gnome-software-plugin-snap
which I found on this thread of this same forum.
But now I want to go back and set my system as it was before running that line. I tried this:
sudo apt install snapd gnome-software-plugin-snap
and though some things got fixed (like the app Software Ubuntu now looks like it used to be...thought it doest show me any snaps when I look up for them), I still can't run any snap like Mailspring or Spotify, though my system says they are actually installed.
Does anyone know how I can wipe the slate clean and have everything as if I never had ran the first line sudo apt autoremove --purge snapd gnome-software-plugin-snap?
I would really appreciate it.
Added after requested:
Output of: sudo snap info mailspring