Synaptic Package Manager is a APT package management tool for Linux. Using this you can install, update and remove packages from your Linux system. It comes with build-in search, filter package, fix broken package, force installation of package and more.
Install Synaptic Package Manager
Start your terminal application. You can open it from the application menu or via ctrl+alt+t keys. In the terminal run below commands.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install synaptic
Enter your Ubuntu password and y and enter to confirm the installation during the installation.
After that run this command to open Synaptic Package Manager.
First time just Reload all and then start managing your packages. That’s it.