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|Add Software Repository to Ubuntu|
|Desktop Training - Ubuntu|
One of the clear advantages to using Ubuntu on your computer is the thousands of software programs and applications available to the user. These applications are stored in software archives called repositories. The standard software repositories are secure, dependable and make it easy for users to install new programs and applications via the internet. Repositories are separated into the following groups based on level of support and if the free software philosophy is followed.
You may want to install additional repositories so that you may access additional software archived there. In this Ubuntu video tutorial I will outline the steps needed to add an additional repository to your Ubuntu desktop.
Keep in mind that installing repositories from untrusted or untested sources can cause stability problems, inconsistencies or worse on your Ubuntu system.