This question arises from this bug report I made: https://github.com/paradoxxxzero/gnome-shell-system-monitor-applet/issues/474
I don't understand why these applications are installed as snaps, but it is still available in apt.
The only difference I can see, is that the snap version snows A LOT more devices under file systems, but I find most of them useless, and the ones I care for (
/boot/efi) show up wrong or not at all in the snap version.
So why is the Gnome System Monitor installed as a snap by default?
I can see a potential benefit in the upgrade of its version at some point, but that is rather frivolous, when it doesn't behave correctly in the snap version, and causes trouble too (see the bug report). Am I missing something here?