PPA (Personal Package Archive) is used for distributing software in Ubuntu without going through the whole process of making software available in official Ubuntu repositories.
PPA (Personal Package Archive) is a way of software distribution in Ubuntu for non-standard software, i.e. software not approved for official Ubuntu repositories. Non-standard software
The standard software installation process in Ubuntu (and almost every major Linux distribution) is quite different from the one used in Microsoft Windows. While in
Every operating system, whether being used as a personal computer or as a server, maintains a log of the shutdown, reboot, and login times. This