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Title says it all, I recently switch to Linux (Arch Linux) and the only program I really need is Visual Studio (for C#). submitted by st4rl [link] [2 comments]

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As I think about linux on the corporate desktop I can't help but first think about the hurdles to overcome. But sometimes I think about some of the awesome things you can't do without Linux (or similar) on the desktop. Consider a software development company, imagine almost all their workstations are Linux. Now imagine they could distribute code compiles among the majority of the company's workstations. That seems like just the beginning... submitted by BloodyIron [link] [comment]

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So I am dual booting on my computer I was wondering if I could change the amount of storage that Linux has available? (After setup of course) submitted by Wittleftover [link] [4 comments]

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