At 10/22/11 08:38 AM, TheKlown wrote:
At 10/22/11 06:38 AM, Dean wrote:
I used Ubuntu just a couple days ago, I installed it a zillion times. And I really tried to like it. I think I just don't like the terminals and I also don't like the fact that Linux has like 0 applications, games that I care about on it. It's funny that Nvidia pays so much more attention to the drivers on Linux, yet Linux has no games or important applications on it! What a freaking waste! They spend more time on the drivers on Linux than they do on a Mac which has more applications and more games.
At 10/22/11 06:33 AM, TheKlown wrote:
Hold on a minute. When did you last use a Linux distro and which one was is? I get a feeling you've not touched them in a while.
At 10/22/11 06:31 AM, MikeyS9607 wrote:
> Linux.Shit has ugly interface and its complicating aswell.
I personally prefer my Linux applications over applications that do similar things on Windows. Obviously most people make their software only for Windows, but it's a lot more enjoyableto work on Linux.
Software aside, there isn't a single thing you can do on Windows that I can't do on Linux. I can emulate every single thing you do. I can use NTFS (but why would I want to do such a thing!?) It would only be practical if I'd like to have a slow and shitty filesystem, as well as the need to defragment my hard drive all the damn time. I can emulate your desktop environment completely if I'd like too. I can reconstruct your login manager, aero, and anything else related to your desktop.
If you would really like to give GNU/Linux a shot, then I recommend Debian with KDE. I really like Debian's package manager, and the lack of of bloat. KDE is also really elegant and aesthetically pleasing.
I seriously hope you guys don't do this.
KDE is actually quite nice. If you haven't tried it recently, you should try it out once more. There might be a little configuration needed before it looks how you'd like for it to look obviously.