You will need
- - a computer with Linux Ubuntu.
One of the easiest ways to get rid of the program is to remove it using the "terminal". To do this, open the menu "Application". To do this, click on it with the left mouse button. Displays a list of sub-items. In this list, select "Standard", then "Terminal".
On the command line "terminal", type Sudo apt-get remove. After the word remove, you must enter the name of the program you want to delete. For example, you need to remove web browser Midori. Accordingly, in the command line terminal type the command Sudo apt-get remove Midori. After that you must enter the password of the user. Will begin the removal process of the program.
Another way to remove program is to use the Synaptic tool. Select "System". Next click on "administrative tools" and select "Synaptic package Manager". This will open the main menu of the application. Select "All". You will see a list of all installed programs. If necessary, you can also choose the list of installed applications depending on the category ("Text editors", "Games", etc.).
Find the programyou want to delete. Then click the right mouse button and from the context menu, select "Undo delete". There will be another dialog box. In this window, click on the "Apply" button. Now this program is marked for deletion. Then in the main Synaptic menu also click "Apply". The application will be removed.
If necessary, you can configure settings for the delete program. To do this, in Synaptic menu select "Settings", then "Parameters" and "Files". A window will open where you will have the opportunity, for example, to configure the storage parameters of the program or clear the cache after it is removed.