Which one of these do you think is best?

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cancrl18 2022-09-09 20:37:08
usually bios updates don’t relate to performance issues unless there’s a major bug, sadly.
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:54:06
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 18:55:22
A) why do you wanna switch
B) why arch
C) is it for daily usage or what exactly you are going to use it for

Answer these so that I can tell you the answer

A) Windows is laggy every 6 months and needs a reinstall + takes up space out of nowhere for literally nothing and I’m tired of it doing that

B) I’ve heard that arch is stable, lightweight and works well as a whole + very widely supported

C) For daily use, like writing docs, browsing, watching yt and a bit of gaming which I’m planning on using a qemu vm for with GPU passthrough

willowshere 2022-09-09 20:55:00
Plus the freedom of customizability with any de I want is exactly what I’m looking for
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 20:55:04
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:54:06
A) Windows is laggy every 6 months and needs a reinstall + takes up space out of nowhere for literally nothing and I’m tired of it doing that

B) I’ve heard that arch is stable, lightweight and works well as a whole + very widely supported

C) For daily use, like writing docs, browsing, watching yt and a bit of gaming which I’m planning on using a qemu vm for with GPU passthrough

If you want arch only, I’d recommend endeavour os but for daily usage, Fedora is great

willowshere 2022-09-09 20:55:29
I’m already formatting my whole ssd so I’m doing it anyway
cancrl18 2022-09-09 20:55:53
Wow I thought I was impatient.
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 20:55:55
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:55:29
I’m already formatting my whole ssd so I’m doing it anyway

Try Fedora or endeavour os

willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:13
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willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:30
cancrl18 2022-09-09 20:55:53
Wow I thought I was impatient.

Nobody like me

malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 20:56:32
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:13
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Looks like Debian

willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:36
Ubuntu
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:41
I’m on an ubuntu live iso
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:42
rn
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:56:47
Formatting my shiz
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:57:26
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Fully wiped clean now
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:58:40
booting arch iso now
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 20:58:59
willowshere 2022-09-09 20:58:40
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booting arch iso now

endeavouros ?

willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:27
No
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:31
Pure arch iso
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:35
Also
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:37
I wanted to ask
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:54
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Which one of these do you think is best?
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:59
I was planning on using kde
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:01:31
I’m going with my gut and using kde
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:01:36
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:00:59
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I was planning on using kde

The one you like, I prefer kde

willowshere 2022-09-09 21:01:57
Pipewire/Pulseaudio?
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:02:03
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:01:31
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I’m going with my gut and using kde

Kde is nice but others don’t like it but personally I use kde

willowshere 2022-09-09 21:02:08
Pulseaudio is more supported from what I’ve heard
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:02:31
Im talking about audio
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:02:42
Audio codec?
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:02:50
I think so
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:03:27
If it’s an audio codec, I prefer Sony’s codec
I forgot it’s name
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:04:18
willowshere 2022-09-09 21:02:50
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I think so

According to freecodecamp,

PulseAudio is a sound server system for POSIX OSes, meaning that it is a proxy for your sound applications.

malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:04:44
malware_hacker_bot 2022-09-09 21:04:18
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According to freecodecamp,

PulseAudio is a sound server system for POSIX OSes, meaning that it is a proxy for your sound applications.

Freedesktop*

willowshere 2022-09-09 21:07:12
Actually, pipewire has more support
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