But I guess Linux is just very much not right for me...
Not sure why a user needs to post a Linux success story though. It's kind of like celebrating a victory from coming in last place in a race.
I do rather enjoy though that people can move off of Windows finally and still be able to do "something". I just wish I could (So sick of Windows, my latest glitch is it won't always let me logoff normally, it just ignores the command. But I can open task manager and select my user and choose logoff and it works fine. Piece of ****...) but Linux seems will never do what I want it too do. I use my computer for 80% gaming and 20% web browsing. Occasionally web time replaced with work time, but rarely. But that's 80% of my computer activities that Linux can't do . It's nice to dream though that there may be an OS in the future that can game better. Maybe handle CPU better, maybe improve API's for performance. Maybe smart enough to shutdown everything non essential while your gaming so that all you have is the game and the kernel running. Maybe... someday this will be a reality.
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