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Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted

New versions of Windows might change the UI or underlying components, but they don't change the only thing important to know about Windows: it's nonfree software. Choose software that actually respects its users instead. u.fsf.org/3eu

Windows 11 will have mostly native Android app support. That's enough to get my wife excited.

Where is the Linux native Android app support? :(

Wow, my work laptop is shit. I can only drive one monitor over USB-C.

My personal laptop, an older model, can drive many more at once.

Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted

@matt ow, I've just checked that the dash-to-dock has already merge the fork into a new branch: github.com/micheleg/dash-to-do

Checkout this branch and you should be good

@DestinationLinux I cannot recommend Tutanota for two key reasons:

They do not support custom domain names, at least last I checked.

You cannot use any email client except theirs. That includes Thunderbird. That is a big no no for me.

Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted

smart devices 

dailydot.com/debug/texas-remot

I understand the need to conserve electricity, but I will not let others control my thermostat remotely.

I just realized how ludicrous it is to use a 24" 1080p monitor in portrait mode instead of landscape.

I love it!

I miss Dash-to-Dock.

Dash-to-Panel just isn't as good.

Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted

Honest question, which modern console is better for retro gaming out-of-the-box?

I'm intentionally excluding PC and Nintendo consoles.

Honest question, which modern console is better for retro gaming out-of-the-box?

I'm intentionally excluding PC and Nintendo consoles.

Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted

I say that precision platformer games, such as and , should be called from here on out.

Wow, that's a first.

Got a random spam text opinion poll. Decided why not.

Asks for age/sex/race. I'm honest. And it says I'm not qualified to participate.

WTF?

Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted
Mr. Matt :fedora: :linux: boosted

@matt There's an about:config option browser.proton.enabled to turn off proton which mostly decraps it. I'm sure that won't last but for now it helps

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