Search for it in the store app (by typing in “screenshot”), find it within any results, install it.
Install it from the command line. If you’re unsure of the exact package name, you can do an apt search to try and find it using a keyword, i.e. apt search screenshot. (Hint: GNOME packages frequently start with “gnome-” followed by a descriptive name.)
Note that in the store, GNOME apps don’t always show the “gnome-” in the display name.
Open the Terminal (Shortcut: Ctrl + Alt + T) 2. Type the following command: sudo apt-get update 3. Press Enter or Return and type in your password 4. Type the following command: sudo apt-get installgnome-screenshot 5. Type Y and press Enter or Return To change the default file type to jpg:
The next and last question for you is the following:
Is it possible to erase any one of the default apps that are part of the system? As an example, take the weather app. Can this be erased? Or maybe I should ask, are the apps individually uploaded without connection to other apps and vital system files?
Thank you so much! Dannyda has a good set of commands that I will print out and use probably often!
Amarok, as promised, you have been my source of information when I needed help!! But time has come to peddle on my own and find my own way.
You are the best!!