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  • @phoenixz
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    416 months ago

    Install Linux, problem resolved.

      • @CoffeeBlood91
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        106 months ago

        Fedora here, been running Baldur’s Gate 3 no problem using proton. Even with a 2600.

        No reason to go back to windows knowing I can run pretty much anything through steam.

    • @[email protected]
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      66 months ago

      I’m gonna have to go for Linux once my current laptop dies. Now way I’m putting up with Windows 11.

    • @[email protected]
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      16 months ago

      Install both! That way you can play all the games you want, if you’re a nerd like me, but you can move the other everyday stuff to Linux!

      More games are coming to Linux, it’ll be a while for this process to complete.

      • @phoenixz
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        16 months ago

        That’s what I did well over 20 years ago. Never looked back.

        I don’t have personal experience with games on Linux but from what I’m hearing, most games should now work the same on Linux as on windows

      • @phoenixz
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        46 months ago

        Install kubuntu, KDE rocks and is very easy to understand for windows refugees

        • Mina
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          26 months ago

          @phoenixz

          #KDE is not only extremely newbie-friendly, it’s also awesome for Linux veterans (Me, using Linux since the 90s, started with fvwm2 as window manager).

          @sirico

          • @phoenixz
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            36 months ago

            Oh agreed. 20+year Linux user here, and I don’t think (or remember) I’ve used anything else but KDE.

        • Catweazle
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          16 months ago

          @phoenixz @sirico, also very nice for Windows refugees, is Q4OS, It even includes a Windows installer, which allows you to install it as if it were a simple program, making the change even easier. Debian based, eligible Trinity or Plasma desktop.

          https://q4os.org