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As much as I would like to like Windows 10, I’m not going to switch to that platform even for development purposes, despite really looking forward to working with Direct3D 12.

As much as I would like to like Windows 10, I’m not going to switch to that platform even for development purposes, despite really looking forward to working with Direct3D 12. The privacy policies are not just extremely consumer unfriendly but outright consumer hateful. Oh and also the privacy defaults Fuck that. Just in case Apple follows suit in the near future, does any of the BSD flavours have a good desktop environment nowadays?

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Good is relative.

As much as I would like to like Windows 10, I’m not going to switch to that platform even for development purposes, despite really looking forward to working with Direct3D 12. The privacy policies are not just extremely consumer unfriendly but outright consumer hateful. Oh and also the privacy defaults Fuck that. Just in case Apple follows suit in the near future, does any of the BSD flavours have a good desktop environment nowadays?

Good is relative. I think I could replicate my xmonad-Setup on FreeBSD, maybe on OpenBSD - the problem is that the stuff I use on that desktop is usually hard enough to get to work on Linux, haven’t tried it on the BSDs in a while.

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