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re: Switching back to my old buddy Sublime Text from VS Code 🤷🏻‍♂️ VIEW POST

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I am a big fan of Sublime Text since 2012, and I have also tried VSCode for several times, last one for 2 months, but Sublime its just so dam quick, that I always comeback to it.

I don't work in that big projects, that can cause memory issues, but anyway I usually work in machines with 8GB, 16GB or 32GB, thus memory was never an issue for me.

A big plus for me with Sublime is that I can open really huge text files, that I cannot with VSCode, aka like log files ;).

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