Here is the video version, if you prefer it:
Going on, we will talk about file compression and commands related to package management. Both are used relatively frequently. If you are a “regular” desktop user, then using a graphical user interface (GUI) to compress and decompress archives is going to be enough most (if not all) of the time. Still do read through it, because sometimes you may have to use the command line and it pays to know what the tutorials you found on Google are telling you. In relation to package management, that is something you will use very frequently both as a regular desktop user and as a software engineer (or some other career choice) using Linux, so do pay close attention.
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