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Title: Does Ubuntu have a "device manager" equivalent? And what is an easy way to access USB drives?
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When I googled β€œLinux device manager equivalent” one of the recommendations is hardinfo which I already had installed but which you can install with:

sudo apt install hardinfo

Then typing hardinfo in the terminal or calling from Dash (Alt+F2) the gui appears like this:


The comments above suggest using lspci and lsusb which are what I use most often but your question asks for a Windows β€œdevice manager” equivalent.

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