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Posted on 20-03-01, 11:41

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I want to see some of of that riced desktops in action of what users have here!
Gonna want to do some inspiration for my transition of hobby use to full use.
Posted on 20-03-02, 02:19
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I used to customize a lot of stuff back in the old days with KDE 3.5 and compiz, etc. but I don't even change the default background anymore.
Posted on 20-03-02, 14:07
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Posted by Maxane
I want to see some of of that riced desktops in action of what users have here!
Gonna want to do some inspiration for my transition of hobby use to full use.


Eh, most of us perhaps change the wallpaper to something prettier. I went with i3 for a while and still miss it on occasion, I used emacs with evil back then too. Best multi-monitor setup I've ever used. These days I'm fairly content with stock Ubuntu on my single screen. :)
Posted on 20-03-05, 02:09

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Can't show you my Gnome with default wallpaper right now, nor can I show you my macOS Catalina with default wallpaper, because at the moment, I'm using my Windows 10 with default wallpaper.

I do pretty much the same things in all three environments anyway. Discord voice and sometimes video, Skype video, and web browsing.

If I need to do Windows development, I boot Linux and use my Windows 10 development VM.

If I need to do macOS development, I boot macOS.

If I'm booted into Windows 10 bare metal, I'm probably not doing any development at all.
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