I'm new to the Linux community and I recently switched from windows to linux. Of course, I'm used to uninstall my softwares using the obvious ways on Windows, and I even knew that I should manually delete some of the files. But I'm lost on Ubuntu. So many folders that I don't even understand what they are for.
Many of the answers I've seen here said to uninstall from the software center or using the terminal. And all that said use the terminal gave an example either too complicated for me to understand or for another software. I've tried to uninstall from the software center and it did uninstall but when I performed a check to see if it was really gone, to my horror the software opened up even after I uninstalled it.
For e.g, I installed Deluge and Cairo dock and I wanted to remove them. I did from software center but both are still opening and working as if I never uninstalled them. I even followed some instructions for command lines regarding Cairo dock, but it's still here.