So a short background first and foremost. I've known about linux since highschool (about 10 or so years ago), always liked it but never really used it much... why? Games that's why! I've always liked playing video games (like most people) and many of those which I liked only worked on windows, not even Wine or similar workarounds worked on them. Often I'd try dual boots and whatnot but some times would mess up partitions or something and regardless since I wanted to play games and spend most time on Windows anyway I rarely used linux... (I think I had either OpenSUSE or Mint at that time, or both actually lol). Anyway, recently I built a gaming PC, but I've been craving linux again, so I asked my dad if he had any old laptops and he did have one (not terrible mind you, 4GB of RAM woo) and I'm now running Manjaro <3 Now, the best part is, since this is another computer I can use linux exclusively, and can use it for work and portability :3 And what should I do with it? Well, I decided that I'd get back to gamedev, so I remembered that I had bought a humble bundle with sprite sheets I could get them and then make games on the go. AND HERE IS WHERE THE LINUX POWER KICKS IN! I had a BUNCH of .zip files, and they were on the downloads folder... I wanted to unzip them all AND have them somewhere else. (Log in to hide this advertisement) TERMINAL! After a quick google I learned that you can do Code: mv *.zip Sprites to have them ALL go there in one go and then Code: unzip '*.zip' to unzip them all in an instant! Wow, I know this is basic stuff but I can already start to feel how powerful the terminal can be. Linux, I'm sorry I haven't used you for longer <3 PS: Did I mention that even though I have a gaming PC with double the RAM and etc it's actually slower than this cranky laptop? I mean it has 2 left clicks and 2 right clicks, a touch pad AND a mouse "nipple" lmao.