how do I load all of the softwre programs on ubuntu 22.04

Asked by martin morganelli

I am a total beginner on this program. I upgraded from Ubuntu 18.04 to 22.04 due to Long Term Support expiring.
I guess you have to manually load all the software programs, games, etc. on this version. Could someone please give me simple,
cookbook type instructions on how to do this. i am obviously not very tech savvy. Thanks so much in advance.

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Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said :

After installing Ubuntu you should already have a considerable amount of pre-installed programs (e.g. firefox web browser, libreoffice for text editing and spreadsheet, ...)

If you want to add more programs, then use the Ubuntu-software application (click on the icon in the program bar at the left of the screen, that looks like an orange-colored shopping bag with the letter "A" on it).

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :

What are you wanting to do? If you can give examples then we can advise. You need to manually load all software in any OS. This is how they work

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Bernard Stafford (bernard010) said (last edit ):
The easiest way to get programs installed on your Ubuntu.
Thousands of Snap Apps to choose from.
Just pick a Snap package click the green install button.

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