I think i will stay for gaming on Windows(working microphone and better AMD Driver)
Well you tried All that matters is that you can play the game, and are happy with your personal failure. Just kidding, happy flying
I wish I could say I was a penguin, but we use Ubuntu for certain CFD programmes and I absolutely hate it. The number of times I have lost/over wrote files is crazy. And the dreaded black box with white words… I just get so lost in it all. You can’t even ctrl+alt+dlt and task manager to kill processes!
My brain has been conditioned to think that Windows is perfect and won’t learn to use anything else
ctrl+alt+del is a windows command. I Ctrl+Alt+F5 to get a ‘dreaded black box with white words’ to kill processes.
But i only need it if i have done something wrong.
I see what you mean by your conditioned brain. I have been using windows since DOS.
I went from windows 7 to Ubuntu, then after hopping through various distros, landed in Slackware. Everything has been hard to learn. BUT you only have to learn it ONCE. I use Linux every day and i just use it / tweak it for fun. It feels super easy. And if i break something it’s because of myself.
Change is tuff. Learning can be fun. Everybody have different preferences. And they too can change.
Andrew ‘Bunnie’ Huang is an American hacker who’s best known for hacking the Xbox — and one of his philosophies is: “If you can’t hack what you have, you don’t own it.” -from http://thenextweb.com/gadgets/2014/04/02/open-source-laptop-helps-developers-gain-freedom-hardware-experiments/