How to Uninstall Thunderbird on Ubuntu


Type the following in terminal commands to remove Thunderbird:


sudo apt-get remove –purge ‘thunderbird*’

sudo apt-get autoremove

sudo apt-get clean


The SUDO command stands for Super User DO which gives root authorization to your currently logged in account.

The APT command stands for Advanced Packaging Tool which manages installing, upgrading and removing software from Ubuntu.



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