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Question solved. If you do not want to use 'Snap', install everything via the terminal sudo apt-get install ....

I don't care what snap is for. I don't want a different option to install a program. It is also not clear which snap is and which is not. I don't want /home/user/snap. I hope someone can help me.

It's rather irritating in Ubuntu software, which one to install? It is unclear. For example screenshots: Firefox, Gimp, LibreOffice and Inkscape. There is a difference, to install it "normally" or in /home/user/snap. Also the design is different. I've been having this trouble for years. Can anyone help me to solve this?

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marked as duplicate by Melebius, DK Bose, vanadium, Kulfy, user68186 Apr 23 at 10:44

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  • If you do not want to use 'Snap', install everything via the terminal sudo apt-get install ...: But if you prefer GUI over command-line, you can simply scroll to the bottom of the app details page. There you can find if that is a snap package or deb package from repositories (and yes repository details too). – Kulfy Apr 23 at 12:13