Why don't you use Fedora /g/?
It's really comfy
because le only free software meme is unrealistic.
rpm-fusion doesn't update quick enough.
I'm a bit biased because plasma5 works with my nvidia card unlike gnome3. also, wobbly windows
I am not homosex
I am not fat
I like games
I like software
I like .exe files
I like NTFS compatibility with all my devices
I like having network access to other Windows PC's
I like MPC-HC
I like Windows 10 and DX12
Your move senpai
good luck guessing which shitty distro this is
How is it gay, if we are cute little girls senpai?
Anime girls are not real. They will never love a repulsive lard ass like you even if they were magically projected into a 3D plane by the distortion of a black hole and quantum entanglement.
>I have a life
>I am fit
>I am not a kid
>I too like softwares
>I like package managers and .sh files.I also like wine and .exe
>I like ntfs,ext4,ext2,fat32 and support for multiple file systems and I also like file permissions and user permissions
>I like mplayer
>I like Windows and OpenGL.I also like DirectX.
Your move faggot.
>Let's face it, statistically speaking, every Linux user is a cock sucker closet homo without a job or degree because his time is spent shitposting in desktop threads and watching anime.
>You are no exception.
>every windows user is
C U C K
>being worried about what some faggot thinks of your distro
>implying using any distro makes you less or more degenerate
So many niggers on /g/ I swear.
because Debian is better.
Now, seriously though, I don't really like being Red Hat's testbed. I like how Debian is made, and I like its stability.. It's more a psychological thing I guess.
If your screenshot is the only deciding factor for you to find a desktop comfy, pick any distribution and just install GNOME 3 on it, with the Dash to dock extension, Numix Circle icons, and the Arc theme.
If aesthetics is all you seem to care about, you hardly care about the distribution itself.
Legit question. Does Fedora play nice with laptop batteries? I hate how Ubuntu always seems to burn through them like Canonical doesn't care about power efficiency. I also hate how processes on Ubuntu would sometimes completely hog the cpu for no apparent reason. Like the most basic shit demanding a full 100% processor time.
WTF is wrong with you fucking manchildren having those anime girls as backgrounds or even having them in your PC?
There's a lot of distro's to choose from, I'm comfy with fedora 23, also with Debian and Xubuntu. I use LXDE and Xfce desktop spins when I install Fedora, it's bleeding edge so that's the main reason.
So many god damn normies on this board. I can see why /g/ is generally hated on other boards.
This thread again? Maybe I didn't say it loud enough last time: DEBIAN TESTING IS THE BEST DESKTOP DISTO THAT EVER WAS OR EVER WILL BE.
>testing isn't a distro hurr durr
SUCK MY DICK, COMMIE
I wish you'd understand how many normie guys n gals are casually into anime (see shit like Naruto, Bleach, Death Note). Being really into something that most people are supposed to be only casually interested in doesn't put you on any intellectual higher ground, just like it doesn't do that for bronies or cosplayers or fucking twilight fanfic writers.
PPA has nothing to do with it, I don't use them. They're usable on Debian anyway. Ubuntu just happens to have a package for automatically configuring ZRAM that Debian doesn't and I'm lazy.
Wait what? I'm gonna have to stop shitposting for a minute and admit I didn't know PPAs were usable on Debian. I don't know why I'm surprised. I should be more surprised at my persistent ignorance and stupidity.
Anyway. You're a cunt.
Tfw I don't see Fedora ricefags in desktop threads anymore. ;_;
Testing isn't recommended to anyone even by Debian themselves. They say that inexperienced users and those who require stability use stable, and the experienced users who are okay with some instability should use unstable. Testing is only for testing purposes, it breaks about as often as unstable, but the bugs in testing can take weeks or months to be fixed, while unstable typically gets the fixes as soon as possible.
Testing is basically only used by retards who have no idea what they're doing and got spooked by the 'unstable' label.
Source: Debian FAQ
Yes I read that too, but since I don't care what some fat mess on an Uzbekistanian topiary forum thinks, I'm going to keep using testing and fucking your mum while I apt install anything I want from Debian's huge repos.