Well, actually I do not understand, why so many applications are outdated. I can make a complete list of apliaciones outdated, I think the goal of "Ubuntu Software Center", is to keep updated on the PC / Server. But I notice that the only applications that are updated are the "Core", "Firefox" and "ThunderBird".
I've recently decided to try not to support any proprietary software, and see how far I can go with Free software.
Despite this, I realize Free software costs money to make, and would be happy to pay for some. Is there any way to sort through the software in Ubuntu Software Center to find some, or if not, what applications are there are there? (Examples would be great)
I wondered if there is some easy to use Software-Center in Debian as well. (You can search and install software easily with it.)
The program can be used to add and manage repositories as well as Ubuntu Personal Package Archives (PPA) and on Ubuntu, the Ubuntu Software Center also allows users to purchase commercial applications.
The title pretty much says it. I attempted to download steam from the Software Centre, but it gave me an error (something along the lines of "Cannot reach source: apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/steam64/", I didn't write it down). I tried reconnecting, but that didn't work. When I restarted the software centre, the entry for Steam (64-bit) had vanished.