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Suggestion, can you add Oculus devices in the VR dropdowns also?
I suppose even though they don't support Linux, a fair amount of people dual-boot and such so it's useful to know.
Problem is I kind of have to throw the baby out with the bath water here, I can't upgrade the CPU without getting a new motherboard, and I can't use my current RAM in a new motherboard. Plus the front IO on my case is borked, and while the PSU works, that's only due to a slightly hacky fix I did to it maybe a year ago.
Still I can hardly justify an upgrade when it's a very stable system capable of playing all the modern titles I'm interested in.
Last edited by Botonoski on 25 April 2020 at 1:00 pm UTC
So, why you need it? ^_^
But you can customize pretty much everything using GUI in KDE. I certainly don't think it's meant for power users. I would say "tech-illiterates" can easily handle KDE.
KDE means that you can do all the customisation that you want without breaking anything. No fiddling around with text files, no searching around for extensions, no cryptic commands, just flick a switch in the GUI. If you don't like the result, just flick it back. Nice and easy, nice and discoverable.