Microsoft Managed Desktop: Operating System As A Service, Anyone?

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Re: Microsoft Managed Desktop: Operating System As A Service, Anyone?

Post by Gandalf » 2018-08-17 12:06pm

Broomstick wrote:
2018-08-15 06:47pm
Yeah, so fucking sue me because I don't have 100% perfect recollection of shit from twenty fucking years ago. Or more. No malice but hey, throw the word "lying" around you sad sack of shit. I didn't deserve that accusation, fuckface.
Given your condescension throughout the thread, I'm not fussed. Live by detailed anecdotes, die by them as well.
SolarpunkFan wrote:
2018-08-15 07:36pm
A Hackintosh? :P

In seriousness I have to echo Ace Pace here, there's really nothing out there that's on par with Windows/MacOS/Android triumvir insofar as games/software availability go, and I say that as a happy user of Antergos.
Indeed. I've been running Ubuntu for a while because of its sheer convenience and cost. On the downside, no more fancy games for me. The upside being that it runs well on my beat up old laptop, I won't have to upgrade it for a while, and I'll save on PC games. Economic determinism at play!
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Re: Microsoft Managed Desktop: Operating System As A Service, Anyone?

Post by SolarpunkFan » 2018-08-18 07:21pm

Gandalf wrote:
2018-08-17 12:06pm
Indeed. I've been running Ubuntu for a while because of its sheer convenience and cost. On the downside, no more fancy games for me. The upside being that it runs well on my beat up old laptop, I won't have to upgrade it for a while, and I'll save on PC games. Economic determinism at play!
Although Winepak looks like it might be promising. It's still new and doesn't have very many packages though. :(

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