- Dec 11, 2019
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Yes agreed, I just wanted to point that out since on some sub-reddits some people think that gaming on a Windows vm that has a Windows host counts as gaming on Linux.hah, I don't really care, I think it's a better option than always reboot my pc. Like I said, I have done this before and just worked fine
@smooth_buddha Even though I already replied in this topic about your question here's something to keep in mind. I have been running Linux for about 12 years and 8-9 of those year I have I have been running Linux as my only os. Never in the time since I have started running Linux have I looked for hardware compatibility. I just buy what I want and so far all from what I remember all my hardware has worked, except for maybe the one thing I could have forgotten which I got working after a bit of searching. If you are buying mainstream hardware the chances are not very likely you will run into problems of something not working, since today there is more hardware support compared to when I started on my Linux journey.