ArminasAnarchy wrote:Originally, I was dual booting. A few months back, I scrubbed my PC clean of Windows completely though, and haven't looked back. However, I do still feel a lingering sense that I'm using KDE not because it is best, but because I've been sort of..."socialised"? by Microsoft. And I really resent that, having left Windows, wanting to get rid of any kind of software coercion!
eric k wrote:I don't get hung up on "best this or that" comparisons because the different DEs are usually designed with different use-cases in mind, and of course what works well for me may not work well for you.
eric k wrote:I think Cinnamon has been a great boon to Mint, it's given it the chance to truly differentiate itself from the Ubuntu-base and put to rest the old "it's just Ubuntu with codecs and green paint" cliche, which I always thought did a disservice to the amount of work Clem and the other team members did in providing a solid, entry-level Linux experience.
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