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Playing with Linux

For the last few days, I got my mojo back and jumped back into Linux. My distro of choice is the amazing System76 Pop_OS!, that came by default with my laptop.

This post is not me bashing Windows 10, which I install a few weeks ago on my laptop and even paid for the pro key, because I was reminiscing of the good old days when I was on Windows full time, and then BOOM! I came back running to linux. — But there was another reason why I tried to go back to Windows, gaming. I got frustrated with my Linux setup because I was not able to run Fallout 4 on my machine. Later on, I realized that it was possible to run that game, the problem was my laptop, it needed more juice, well a good game graphic card.

Being on Windows I realized how much I like my freedom and control my OS. After a few days, I was missing more my old Linux setup. After some thought, I did the right thing and wiped out Windows 10 from my laptop and fresh install again Pop_OS! and never look back, ever again.

Lately, I’ve been stepping up my command line and vim game. As cliche this might sound the possibility with Linux are truly endless, especially if you care about freedom, optimization, and security.