How to uninstall snap in Ubuntu

Snap is an application management system that allows you to install, configure, update and remove snap packages. In other words snap is a technology that allows you to update your applications with the latest versions (avoiding version incompatibility problems in dependencies, because each package is a wrapper that includes the application and its dependencies) and this can be good but perhaps it is not to like having the snapd service running permanently on the other hand snap promotes non-free applications and if you are passionate about Free Software this can make you frown and lay hands on the keyboard and leave no trace of snap and this is what what we are going to do in this post.

Uninstall snap

# sudo apt purge snapd
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