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The New Ubuntu 10.10 Software Center

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Ubuntu Software Center is something we all overlooked for long. Even while writing tutorials about installing different applications in this blog, I prefer to provide command line instructions only. But a lot of Ubuntu users are new comers and Software Center means a lot to them. Ubuntu is gradually waking up to this fact and have finally started focusing on bringing a lot of polish and usability to Software Center.

In my opinion Software Center is one among the most *important* applications in Ubuntu and its time that it's given its due attention. Lets explore a bit more on the changes that are happening with Ubuntu 10.10 Software Center.

'Where is it' Feature Was a Much Needed One




Ubuntu always dangles a bunch

Ubuntu always dangles a bunch of carrots but when it comes closer to release they back off most of it.

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