Linux, two years later
Categories: [english], [tech]
Yesterday, August 27, was exactly two years since I shifted from Windows to Linux. Initially, I used Linux Mint, but at the moment I am running Ubuntu MATE on my desktop machine, and Debian on my laptop. Both of them are running stuff impeccably, without any problems. Both are super stable, secure, and I don't have to fiddle with them in order to make them do what I want.
All the apps I am using, work without any trouble. Firefox and Brave for browsing, Synology for syncing files and backup, Ocenaudio and Audacity for audio editing, Olive for video editing, GimP, Krita and Scribus for graphics, etc. The two Linux distributions work, and I have no intention of returning to Windows.
Ubuntu MATE, my current Linux distro on my workstation