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Desktop Screenshot Share

I used to  be obsessed with searching images of other peoples desktop. (Guilty Pleasure I admit).  This was a way for me to find those unique and rare programs people were using that I had never yet heard of.  Then I would go and search, and if it sounded useful install.  So I'll share and feel free to reciprocate.
https://mega.nz/#!pwY3EIbZ!L9XLc0GIu71B9Ynsq4tZp1Q2d5T6tB0_n7WkGr9Zkfw


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lol i do the same thing :^) Here's my desktop:


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Nice and clean!  I used to have folders, then I started forgetting what I had, so back to a wide spread again. LOL

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iDevice:
 
click image above to see full ^^^

Raspberry pi:
 
click image above to see full ^^^
normally use 4 plex or torrenting (took this screenshot a few days ago if it matters)


PC:

am lazy may add later



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Gotta go for that clean desktop
Also can recommend xanmod for powersaving on laptops, kudos to admin for that tip!


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Gotta go for that clean desktop

Love that resource monitor. Why do you use Debian over any other distro? Asking as a linux newb :p

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Love that resource monitor. Why do you use Debian over any other distro? Asking as a linux newb :p

I come from Windows, but that's always doing things in the background and I never have a clue what. Makes me anxious.
My first linux experience was kali (which is debian based) so I knew my way around that distribution, "it's what I know" . (just the OS tho, not the tools)
But Kali is not for daily use so I looked for something that was also Debian based as it's what I know.

I've tried:
  • Ubuntu
  • DeepinOS
  • ZorinOS

Those were all great but still came with things out of the box which wasn't what I was looking for.
Then came Debian Buster so I thought why not and now I just run plain Debian and it's good, I like it.
Only struggle I had was battery life but that is all good now.

If your question was why debian and not something like Arch, ...
I tried Debian first and it works very well for me. Haven't had the need to look anywhere else.
What distro are you having?

The resource monitor is gotop: https://github.com/cjbassi/gotop

 

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Don't look its messy :/

Spoiler (click to show/hide)


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Oh lawd.
The combination of Windows7, that bad wifi signal and the desktop clutter.
B r u t a l

Good taste in games though, it appears you like shooters
Indeed good taste in games.... I was stuck on the, "Fertilizer checklist..."  :O


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Good point...  That perfect recipe would be key!

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Oh lawd.
The combination of Windows7, that bad wifi signal and the desktop clutter.
B r u t a l

Good taste in games though, it appears you like shooters
My wifi is kind of clunky, it only works if you are sitting in a certain way. For example,

this is when i am sitting about 5 cm from the position i had like 1 stick in
plus wifi speed is decent at 50 mbps

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Maybe he's a farmer?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWu4aynBK7E

im not a farmer lmao im a city kid that is my moms checklist of things to do when rating a fertilizer company (she does financial ratings, this is technically the office laptop but i have hijacked it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯)

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Simple Ubuntu, nothing fancy. 

Dash to Panel because I don't care for the dock.


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im not a farmer lmao im a city kid that is my moms checklist of things to do when rating a fertilizer company (she does financial ratings, this is technically the office laptop but i have hijacked it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯)

Darn. I kinda liked envisioning you plowing fields while playing on a laptop.

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Windows plebe rolling through (I only got into tech in general this past year after I built my computer and I'm too scared to switch OS' yet)



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Ok , Thanks i realize that is for linux not for windows ,
anyway i'm going to try rainmeater again....
 
#and also i found this  -https://weboas.is/forum/index.php?topic=2608.0