Why don't they standardize commands and software in the same distro, say Ubuntu or whatever? I just have two games on my PC and I had to ad a repository to get the latest version of one of them because the one in the software center was older. The other one also had a newer version but I still had to install snapd and install it via command line. It worked but this is unnecessary work for Ubuntu people. I mean people who use Linux but just want to get on with it. I think snap packages auto update but if I want to manually update I have to remember to use refresh and not update. Why not standardize commands and also update at least the list of programs in the software center, like with a sudo apt update, done automatically, now and then? What's the point of having lots of outdated software in the software center? (Log in to hide this advertisement) I revering to mostly latest stable versions of programs, those in testing or development.