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Discussion on: Switch to Linux?

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Sriram Ramkrishna

Id' run a distro in a VM and see if you like it - personally I would go with silverblue Fedora - the containerized workspaces are amazing and it offers something unique. You should still be able to use Steam. In fact they have some wine integration that let you run windows games.

I work on the GNOME project, but there are plenty of choices of UX desktop that you should evaluate and see which one is more comfortable.

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Pablo Herrero Author

VM is an option, actually my Linux experience is through VM or WLS. I think I'll try a dual-boot, and of course I'll try GNOME. Thanks!