re: Is linux good enough for everyday programming? VIEW POST


One good thing about linux is that you don't have to stick to a particular layout or desktop environment, and both KDE and Gnome are highly customizable.

I don't do any graphics, so the lack of powerful software like photoshop was not a big deal, and WPS office is sufficient to my regular work.

The reason I switched to Linux in 2015 was the annoying windows updates, along with its inflexibility. I needed something fast, flexible, affordable and that can run on my old computer at that time.

I kid you not, since I made that switch, I was able to do things that I've never thought of doing on Windows.

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