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Synaptic package manager is one of the most useful Linux applications available because it allows you to install other Linux applications with ease. Still, this doesn't mean that you will never have problems when you try to use it to install applications you have downloaded from unknown sites. Synaptic package manager is most reliable when you use it to install Linux applications from authorized repositories only. In addition to installation, this program is also used to safely uninstall an application you no longer need. Read the tips on how to use Synaptic for trouble-free installations and uninstallations of Linux applications.

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