Migration to open source

Well, not exactly, but I’m trying πŸ˜› It started with the operating system. Once windows first then ubuntu on vmware, now ubuntu first then windows on virtualBox. So far so good, except for a few things. Compiz vs ATI, still not perfect on video playback, the video will start flickering for no reason. Need to change video output to X11 on VLC, or No Vx on gstreamer but it will become slow. Then download manager, why i can’t find any single good download manager for linux platform (AFAIK) with good queueing system, timer, sites login, thread manager, and stable enough. JDownloader seems to be a good candicate, but if it hangs every once in a while, than no thank you.

WinRar, nothing can be as powerful enough as WinRar πŸ˜€ ultima prime, nothing can compare it in the linux platform, though nautilus seems fine for now. And games, totally a big loss for this one, just when i want to start my “keep in touch with the latest games” campaign. Wine will never replace it, ever πŸ˜› But what the hell, it’s been done, let’s do it and have fun πŸ˜€

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