If you are using a desktop computer and have 2 separate hard drives you can dual boot without problems.I have a few games that for the love of God won't run on Linux. Neither with Wine or Proton. But I don't want to dual boot. What do I do now?
You still didn't say which Linux I should install ! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯What are the names of the games, GardenData? We can take a look.
Seriously, you have nineteen (19) Threads in a little over 6 months, which share one common theme, that you cannot make up your mind.
I understand that, but if these Threads continue, I may have to take them all and combine them under one Thread called perhaps "Linux Beginner - hopelessly confused".
I believe Is a QEMU/KVM virtual machine / emulator which allows the user to install and run OSs and other software from within it.Most of the games that I've tried on VMWare don't run. Some do, but many don't. Does QEMU/KVM do something different that resolves this?
Perhaps different virtual machines operate differently and offer different features - but it seems to me that any virtual machine is adding an 'abstraction' layer between the actual hardware and the software. Usually at a 'cost' of some sort.Most of the games that I've tried on VMWare don't run. Some do, but many don't. Does QEMU/KVM do something different that resolves this?