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re: Omg this looks something I'm craving and your enthusiasm has really motivated me i feel glad an confident now to try it for sure. I hope it doesn't...

It may will. But you will get use to it really quick.
Here is a list of a must have Gnome Extensions to achieve a minimalist desktop:
Hide Dash
Hide Workspaces thumnails
Top Panel Workspace scroll

And turn off the "Dash to dock" extension if it is enabled. I will write a post about AntergOS soon.

Also just yesterday night I booted with AntergOS it didn't let me dual boot saying it needs a GPT partition. Then I tried Solus OS and it didn't even recognize itself on the disk. so then I made Fedora bootable and installed it but just after that since I had to turn on the Legacy support on, my Windows 10 disappeared from the grub or boot options.
So then I again live boot with the pendrive to check whether my Windows drives are there on the disk or not. Then I used my Windows Recovery disk and it installed it in a span of 4 hours so now I'm typing to you this on my Microsft Edge Browser (while chrome downloads in background).
I think my dream of starting the development on Linux systems will be shattered so much.
I read articles/blog regarding solving this online but windows needs UEFI method to boot and nothing else.

Oh that's bad. I had running windows along side with linux for a while but then I deleted windows. If I need to use windows for some .NET specific tasks I have a virtual machine. But, to get running both you have to enable the legacy mode. Install Linux and then use a grub editor (in case your linux does not detect windows automatically) to set a boot entry for windows. Maybe Ubuntu is less problematic in that way and you can achieve the same minimalist desktop env I showed to you

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