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how to Install blender in ubuntu latest 2021 (simple way )

 Install blender in ubuntu latest 2021

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Blender is a popular, free and open-source toolset for creating and editing 3D computer graphics. These include high-definition animated films, visual effects, 3D models, and interactive 3D applications such as video games.

Blender has catchy user interface which is easy to use and it includes features like built-in render engine, digital sculpturing, simulation tool, animation tools and many more. It is one of the best applications you will ever find for Ubuntu considering it’s free and features it offers.


How to Install Blender in Ubuntu:

Blender offers official Snap packages (runs in sandbox) for Linux Desktop.

For Ubuntu 18.04 and higher, simply search for and install it from Ubuntu Software:

Note there are 3 Blender packages in Ubuntu Software: blender snap, native .deb package, and blender-tpaw (abandoned).
Go check the package details, and install the one from Snap store.


First open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run command to install snapd


sudo apt install snapd




Then install the official Blender snap package via command:

sudo snap install blender --classic





In addition, for those who previously installed the snap of Blender 2.80 Beta, remove it before installing the stable package via command:

sudo snap remove blender


Launch Blender

You can launch Blender through the UI any time you want by entering relevant keywords in the Ubuntu Dash or access it directly from the Applications list.



Remove Blender

You can uninstall Blender through the Ubuntu Software manager by first searching for it through the Search button and then clicking the Remove button from the following view:


A dialog will ask you if you are sure about removing the software from your system. Please enter the Remove button to uninstall Blender. An authentication dialog will display for you to provide the authentication details for a sudo user as only an authorized user can install software on Ubuntu. Enter your password and click the Authenticate button. After that, the uninstall process will begin, removing Blender from your system.







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