Hey guys, it’s long overdue but I’ve held off on jumping to Linux for longer than what I consider necessary, there are only two major reasons why I haven’t 100% kissed windows goodbye quite yet.
- Work, long story cut short it was due to security reasons, although this isn’t an issue anymore.
It’s the second topic I really want to address, I know that in recent years, Linux has come on leaps & bounds with gaming, I fail to see why it won’t go all the way & basically allow you to run every game that will run in Windows. I’ve been dual booting for some time, but as some of you know, I’ve been thinking about creating a new desktop build. One consideration I’ve had with this build is to just go all out with Linux rather than dual booting, honestly, I’m running outta reasons as to why I should keep an installation of Windows around, even in the event that I do need an installation of Windows, I guess I could use my current build?
So enough of the background, I know that there are distributions that are really compatible with a tonne of games right outta the box, where they come bundled with a load of the updates that you’d need & whatnot. What would you guys recommend? Should I say screw Windows & finally use Linux only?
Honestly, I’m struggling to think of solid reasons as to why I should install Windows on my next build. Can you guys think of any solid reasons? …
P.S. Due to the nature of my work, I’m quite risk adverse which I believe is a big part of the reason why I’ve not said goodbye to Windows yet.