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  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    The Countach is still my all time favorite car, especially after being a young boy watching Cannonball Fever where they did the stone-skipping stunt with one. That said, the Aventador is easily the best looking super car of today.

    Posted in: Lamborghinis!

     
  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    World of Warcraft, a few years ago I lived in that game. Most of my friends where there and in the same guild. From late vanilla to early Cataclysm we were always logged on and together. Some people probably think of it as a waste but I gained friends for life and had a wonderful time. Some of my most memorable moments happened in that game.

    Well over a year total time played, if not over two. And I miss those times.

  • 4 years ago
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  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    My username already is that of a blockbuster and to be honest, it could have been a bit better!

  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    Very true, all too many times have I been stuck trying to configure wine correctly until I gave up and moved over to a complete Windows environment with a few Linux-VMs for some minor things.

  • 4 years ago
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  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    That would be a great thing but I fear it would just become yet another installation process furthering the fragmentation issues. I think Canonical is the closest thing to bring some unity to Linux (yes, pun intended).

  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    I did not know about that one, will have to give it a try. Thanks for the tip!

  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    It is, built on webkit/chromium but without the Google bloat and it is finally getting back some of the small things that made the old Opera (12.x) so great.

  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    Edge is currently very nice but lacks some important parts like addons/extensions (support is coming though) and the password management is a bit odd (comes up in a pop-up, for all passwords). I have no problems seeing it becoming a great browser with a few more iterations and at that point I would probably switch considering how fast and lightweight it is.

  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    Opera all the way, less of a resource hog than Chrome and has built in mouse gestures while still supporting many chrome extensions. Firefox on mobile, mostly since it is the only one that supports addons, giving me ublock.

  • 4 years ago
    Comment Priest

    I really cannot agree with this article. The problems that Linux are facing are because of the inherent nature of open source software, fragmentation.

    This is a problem most tech-savvy people see as a good thing but makes it difficult to get into Linux, Ubuntu being so popular is helping but there are still issues. Just deciding between things like KDE, GNOME, XFCE, Cinnamon and so on can be close to impossible for a rookie.

    And that's just the beginning. Meanwhile Windows is becoming better and better and Windows 10 is looking amazing, immensely updating the desktop environment. Is Linux becoming viable? Yes. Is it there just yet? No, I don't feel like it is. Ubuntu is taking good strides towards becoming a standard in the Linux world but I know many who dislike that as well.

    But even Ubuntu is facing fragmentation, as it became more popular Linux Mint gained traction and we gain yet another distribution and more fragmentation.

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