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  1. Jan 2021
    1. The downside is the installation files are bigger than the traditional Debian package manager (DEB) files. They also use more hard drive real estate. With snaps, every application that needs a particular resource installs its own copy. This isn’t the most efficient use of hard drive space. Although hard drives are getting bigger and cheaper, traditionalists still balk at the extravagance of each application running in its own mini-container. Launching applications is slower, too.
    1. How can you work when an application take a long time to open? even a calculator. On the first opening of writer, i do not have ssd, i have time to drink a coffee when with a deb i can work. Use snap only when it will be as effective as a deb.