How to Install GIMP and help files in Ubuntu

GIMP is an open source and free software and it is a good alternative for popular Image editing software Adobe Photoshop.GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program.

To install GIMP in ubuntu
Method 1:
Go to Application -> Accessories -> Terminal. And type the below code in terminal and hit enter.

sudo apt-get install gimp

Type your ubuntu password and press enter.
Method 2:
1.Go to System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package manager.Type your ubuntu password if needed.
2.Type gimp in the Quick search field
3.Right click gimp and select mark for installation and then click apply to install gimp.

After the successful installation ,Go to Applications->Graphics->GIMP Image Editor to run gimp

To install gimp help file
1.Go to System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package manager.Type your ubuntu password if needed.
2.Type gimp-help in the Quick search field
3.Right click gimp-help-en and select mark for installation and then click apply to install gimp offline help files.

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