How to install GNOME software in backslash

Backslash’s software center Discover is very lagging and buggy. I would like to use GNOME software as package manager as Ubuntu does. Is there any way to insatall GNOME software in backslash?

Level 1 Asked on January 3, 2018 in General.
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It’s simple. Just type this in terminal:


sudo apt install gnome-software

Level 2 Answered on January 4, 2018.
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