re: A definition of the Linux desktop VIEW POST

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Well, from my personal experience I’d like to add my ¢2.

I refuse to work on MacOS and hate working on Win for the reason.

I am on Linux since 1999. My current laptop was upgraded 10 times since Ubuntu 13.04 when I bought it. My computer at work survived 7 upgrades. I never ever had experienced any issue that bothered me; there were probably several glitches, I don’t remember exactly, maybe—I could resolve all of them in a matter of 1 duckduckgo search, even if any.

That is not the case with both MacOS and Win. These OSes might just break. If this is not a showstopper for the OS that claims to be robust enough for development, I don’t know what is.

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