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There are inbuilt software managers such as dnfdragora (which is historically known as being bad), Yumex (outdated), Synaptic or GNOME Software (the one most use). I tend to prefer command line tools; they are a lot easier than you think!

Most of the time, when I want to install something, it's just a simple:

dnf search whateverSoftware # make sure it's here!

dnf install whateverSoftware


Want to remove?

dnf remove whateverSoftware


There's a great guide here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DNF

It's really, really simple to use the command line most of the time. Look up a video tutorial if you are struggling; chances are millions of people have already struggled with it and have posted how to do it. Or post it here, we'd be glad to help you out.

Hope that helps.

There are inbuilt GUI software managers such as dnfdragora (which is historically known as being bad), Yumex (outdated), Synaptic or GNOME Software (the one most use). I tend to prefer command line tools; they are a lot easier than you think!

Most of the time, when I want to install something, it's just a simple:

dnf search whateverSoftware # make sure it's here!

dnf install whateverSoftware


Want to remove?

dnf remove whateverSoftware


There's a great guide here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DNF

It's really, really simple to use the command line most of the time. Look up a video tutorial if you are struggling; chances are millions of people have already struggled with it and have posted how to do it. Or post it here, we'd be glad to help you out.

Hope that helps. helps.