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  • NotWearingPants

    So, Linux on all my machines then.

    • Gozzin (edited 5 months ago)

      Been doing this for years. Our teeny Linux forum has predicted ages ago Microsoft would do this. And this would also explain why Dell has taken an interest in providing more Ubuntu laptops...They knew this was coming and they are getting ready for the influx.

      Windows patching was always chancy, but with Windows 10 you’re more likely to have trouble when you patch than you are to avoid problems. And isn’t that a heck of a note?

      So, with this track record, do you want to pay good money to let Microsoft maintain your desktops for you? Yeah, that’s what I thought.

      I hope Ubuntu does not do this.

      • NotWearingPants

        I've been playing a bit with Fedora in my spare time. Gaming is what worries me though. While Steam has some Linux support, it's not comprehensive.

        • Gozzin

          That could change, you just never know.