MS open sourced VS Code
Also GNOME 3
>not caring about privacy
>not caring about usability
Also GNOME 3
Hi anon, thank you for your interest in vivaldi, check the screenshot for more information!
I often use them open source drivers
I use a Phenom II x4 955, a 6850HD and 6gb of RAM. Now that you mention it, KDE is even slower though and that drives me nuts. I tried proprietary drivers but somehow I get worse performance on everything (but less issues when gaming for some reason)
Gnome runs on my intel HD, I've also got a nvidia gt850m in my laptop. Not sure if AMD is at fault here, but you know what they say about AMD and linux unfortunately. I use the proprietary drivers due to the fact that bumblebee currently doesn't work with nouveau. But yeah, sounds like you're missing some hardware acceleration in your driver. Have you checked the arch wiki for any information on how to enable it for your hardware? (if possible)
Yeah, it's enabled though. Unity weirdly enough works pretty fast. Basic gaming (essentially Valve games) work pretty ok as well. I guess maybe I will try if I upgrade my PC soon.
>thread about vs code
>everybody talks about gnome
anyone actually uses vs code? i remember it was just an atom reskin, to the point if you look at the processes it actually shows as atom.exe or something like that
That's really strange. Unity is usually the slowest out of all the DEs, or at least that was the case back during the 12.04 days. Really sucks too, because it was (and still is in my opinion) better than modern Gnome and KDE.