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I made a program that displays buttons depending on what application you are using, and I would like feedback. I want to implement as many features, fix as many bugs, and make as many improvements, as I can over today and tomorrow. If you have any opinion on it, please share. https://github.com/boredom101/contextutron ​ A screenshot of it in action submitted by /u/asteriskall [link] [comments]

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Well linux is by no means a new OS ,now 28 years old and built on the basis of an even older OS(unix) and like everything it probably wont last forever! So i was wandering ,will linux continue to be developed for the foreseeable future and if not, what has the potential to eventually replace linux as an enterprise, business, research and enthusiast OS in the far future and also should it be built upon the legacy of linux ,like linux did with unix ,or should it be something completely different with a new file structure and philosophy?? **( The last one means that we forget everything about root directories as we know them......all the POSIX stuff are thrown out ...and many other well known linux characteristics are gone)! submitted by /u/kotseman [link] [comments]

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Windows 7 is reaching EOL in just 2 months(January 2020). With that in mind, we basically missed the boat in 2014 and 2017 when XP and Vista went EOL. What kind of effort might it take to get Windows 7 users(many of whom are anti-Windows 10 spyware/forced upgrades, so are already a shoe-in for switching to Linux), to switch to a Linux-based OS? ​ I mean, we already have basically everything a Windows 7 user might want from Linux. Including decent drivers(it's not 2013 anymore, most hardware works OOTB on modern distros), decent game/app support(via Wine/Steam Proton), DirectX support(Gallium NINE is a thing, as is DXVK allowing DirectX 10/11/12 games to work), and many apps have Linux ports, with many more having Linux alternatives. Would it be possible to, say, crowdfund an advertisement that could go out on TV or the internet, pointing out how Linux(let's say Manjaro, and Ubuntu) is a great switch for Windows 7 users? submitted by /u/mzs112000 [link] [comments]

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