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

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Adobe tools... If you need them you can get Photopea which is a web based tool, and so accessible from any platform and inkscape which is one of the few adobe alternatives which works well enough for being a real alternative.

You can get official drivers from AMD on supported builds (that's why I'm using full AMD devices).

But most important: You must no need photoshop or lightroom, those are digital photography edition tools and you stated "for programming" so it's like i perform a review about using Mac for photo edition and I blame it for not having native docker so I've to virtualize it, getting less performance.

There are a bunch of tools (mainly web tools) that works as a bridge between designers and programmers, like Abstract or Axure Share.

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