February 23, 2010 · News · Email This Post

Two awesome new features that the Ubuntu Software Center recently got in Lucid:

* Featured Category – there is a special top-level category for highly recommended applications that we don’t have room for on the disc. This includes the GIMP and Abiword right now. We will add more throughout the release cycle.
* Personal Package Archives – PPAs are now visible inside the software center. This is another step closer to making opportunistic development rocking in Ubuntu.

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9 Comments to “Awesome Ubuntu Software Center Updates in Lucid”

  1. Charles says:

    YES!!! (on both counts)

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  2. Simon says:

    The PPA-listing is fucking great! Love The USC

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  3. kenden says:

    Sounds really nice, especially the PPAs being visible. Hopefully the USC is a bit faster than in 9.10 though!

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  4. Hiler says:

    Sounds fantastic! Thanks

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  5. Blood Orange says:

    Awesome!! Easy PPAs. Brill.

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  6. Sassinak says:

    Oh-Oh, there goes the need to install Ubuntu-Tweak!
    I kinda like the U-tweak, can they compromise?

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  7. nighil says:

    i need to get some codec for video and audio for ubundu

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  8. site says:

    It’s cool! Thank you from Russia!

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  9. Falik says:

    Oo! thanks!! Good sounds

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