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>stop listening to /g/
>just buy most popular shit like Galaxy Buds
>stop using weird alternative software and go back to Windows
>intel + nvidia pc
everything works better than ever

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Pic related
Its you

>> No.71381052

I wonder how many ounces of Monster Zero Ultra™ he has floating around in that mug

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>> No.71381124

Galaxy buds are pretty based though, in 3 years when the battery is shot you can just replace them instead of having to buy a new pair.

>> No.71381131

> everything works better than ever

Translation: you can go back to never questioning your devices and just accept the will of big companies

>> No.71381212

and you should have sex

>> No.71382778


>> No.71382862
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This but unironically
And instead of galaxy buds I just have some cheap wired headphones
And I also use Firefox since Google is killing adblockers
Fuck you autistic trannies

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Fucking Liar!
If you stopped listening you would have bought a MacBook?

>> No.71382923

>And instead of galaxy buds I just have some cheap wired headphones
>And I also use Firefox since Google is killing adblockers
You are not OP

>> No.71382927

Too expensive

>> No.71382982


>> No.71383080

Should I switch back to chrome, or is brave a good compromise between chrome and iridium?

>> No.71383089

But Firefox if you want adblockers

>> No.71383097

Chromium Edge

>> No.71383125

ungoogled chromium or gnu icecat, everything else is a meme

>> No.71383142

sorry I think you missed the point, I'm looking to return to being a normalnigger

>> No.71383262

I'm thinking of going back to Chrome too.
Currently using Chromium, but it's at version 73 on Debian.
I don't know, Firefox is too fucking slow, Brave has some problems in Linux (I use it on my Windows PC), and Chromium is a little outdated. But at the same time, I don't want to spread my legs to the botnet.

>> No.71383303

install iridium, it sounds like you don't quite want to give in to the botnet but you want a usable browser

>> No.71383391

Debian's release of Iridium is outdated too. If I'm giving away the convenience of installing extensions from Chrome Web Store, I'll use Ungoogle Chromium, that has all Iridium patches and is updated.
And yes, I want an usable browser and non botnet, but I also wouldn't want to give up on the conveniences of modern browsers. But yeah, it's fucking impossible right now.

>> No.71384487

all the same

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>forced updates
>microsoft/government rootkit
>floating window manager
>no configuration options
>slow and bloated
>working better than ever

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>> No.71385700

I stopped listening to /g/ and got a new Thinkpad. Best shit ever. I love my T480s.

>> No.71385728

Okay Mr. Microsoft sales representative, I'll be sure to keep that in mind while you enjoy Stockholm syndrome-ing yourself into believing not even headphones but fucking wireless earphones are acceptable in terms of audio quality.

>> No.71385737

It is possible, if Ungoogled-chromium is updated fast enough for Debian based distros. That's another fork and it most likely isn't. There's a third fork which is guaranteed to be actually maintained and updated regularly/in time - Brave.

>> No.71385744


>> No.71385802

As I mentioned here >>71383262 Brave is fucked on Linux right now.
They removed the Chromium sandbox, so you must run Brave without it.
Also, they apparently removed the Debian repositories (at least its not on the 'install instructions' anymore), and the snap package is outdated (it's on version 0.63.48, last updated on the 25 of April).
And even if the snap was updated it's utterly crap: no theming (snap bug) and due to the sandbox question you can't even put it on the quick launch/favorites bar, it doesn't launch.
I use it on my Windows machine and like it, would use it on Linux too if they cared about it.

>> No.71385879

It seems to me that this is only an issue with Debian based distros, not Arch based ones.

>> No.71386199

ungoogled chromium

>> No.71386300

gnu icecat is an actual meme

>> No.71387871


>> No.71387889

Galaxy buds are good though
>true wireless
>good battery life
>compact charge case
>replacable battery
>doesn't look like you're wearing granny earrings

>> No.71387893

I bought a t460s for a good price and love it. Great little laptop, nice keyboard.

>> No.71387898

Enjoying your security patches?

>> No.71387918

You mean those 20 second updates after shutting down once a month? They don't bother me in the slightest

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This is all true. Unless you are a programmer.

>> No.71389008

Do you ever leave the house ?

>> No.71389083

Enjoying your endless CPU diseased and crippled SSD speeds?

>> No.71389132

imagine being this much of a bitter linux cuck lmao

>> No.71389144

this desu. if you wanted a pc with no configuration that jus werks you would have unironically just hackintoshed a normal lappy or gotten some kind of mac. >>71380867
>>stop listening to /g/
as if you ever listened

>> No.71389296

Hackintosh only works on specific laptops

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Affects every Linux user, see: https://github.com/brave/brave-browser/issues/1986
You need to turn on user name spaces.

>> No.71389567

Nice strawman, thanks for playing :-)

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>> No.71391600

>nonsensical rambling
Okay buddy, nice response.

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Install Vivaldi

>> No.71392766

How is life as a Normie, OP?

>> No.71392780

I'm pretty sure OP would be happy that you complimented him by saying he is an absolute pussy destroyer.

>> No.71392803

You can use adblockers on Chrome if you use an older version, not too old though, something made within the last ~1-2 years, e.g. Chrome 56 which is what I use, I also use Firefox.

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>> No.71394049

it's really not that bad
imagine double clicking things and they just work.

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