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@[email protected] @lightweight i cherish the same views, seeing as windows is the leading platform for gaming. Once you can have an easy way of virtualizing from linux, or better yet drop the directx shackles, there is no more reason for me to use windows

@lefarfadet @0 @lightweight I remember a time when AmigaOS, Atari TOS, and DOS were "gaming platforms," and Windows was only used by "serious" applications.

Today, more and more productivity apps are coming to Linux, and now Windows is the gaming platform of choice.

Linux still has a very long way to go yet, but it's interesting to see the role reversal on the part of Windows.

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