Videos10 ways Linux is just better! 25th February 2020 - by Jarvis - 42 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining videos about technology, including tech reviews, showcases and other content. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
42 Comments on “10 ways Linux is just better!”
Linus is a black hat, confirmed.
Linus never heard of network boot ? 🤨 i dont even use usb sticks installing or booting anymore 😁
3:59 Imagine if just for one video on each channel, LGR became Linus Game Reviews and LTT became LazyTechTips…The crossover that will cure cancer, fix the climate and make Intel release a CPU that isn't based on Skylake.
I actually just jumped ship off windows and have been running Mint and Ubuntu for the last month. Its been great. I am not sure that I'll be going back to winblows. One thing though that is better on Windows, background apps for things like your mobo or GPU. WHile I can OC my CPU from UEFI, theres nothing that I have found that does the same thing for my GPU, a GTX 1070.
However, what little I may lose migrating off windows is made up for in nearly every other aspect of Linux.
this is a pretty biased video considering he invented it, he's obviously gonna say it's better
Now do the 1,000 ways Linux is worse.
Bruh, howd he know my name
I actually installed Pop_OS! to my PC because of LTT. Steam ran, but games did not. But I might get back to it since my PC is basically a server nowadays
Ok Linus you lost me a toaster..😨 lol
U should rename ur channel to "Linux Tech Tips" and only do stuff on linux lol
I personally have switched from calling it GNU/Linux to systemd/Linux. Experienced users of that OS know why.
The ONLY things keeping me from switching to Linux are:
– My games might be too hard to set up and update and run on Linux. Flight simulators are my thing. They're all trashly-optimized, so I need all the FPS I can get.
– My wife doesn't find having to figure out a new system very fun. I completely understand, she doesn't want to waste time. This isn't a boomer "Wife bad" joke, this is legitimate.
– It doesn't matter because all of the Big 3 desktop operating systems do the same things anyway. Why would I want such different and deep customization options, other than to have some fun? I'm still going to just run apps on it. OH I ALSO NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE IN ORDER TO INTEGRATE WITH EVERYONE I KNOW FILE-TYPE WISE, AND I WON'T SEND ODTs OR WHATEVER THE HECK THEY ARE FROM LIBREOFFICE AND OPENOFFICE.
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7:50 Someone in my computer group developed this tool
That was before my time in it tho
*Upvote for actual fedora hat
Proud to be a Linux user. Thanks Linus for finally appreciating the operating systems we nerds have been using for years.
I use arch BTW 😉 (with herbstluftwm and polybar)
Half of the things said here just flew above my head.Guess I need to start using Linux so that I can also become more knowledgable about thi coding and programming stuff.
gosh i forgot my love for linux
Windows left the channel
The main issue I see with Linux being adopted by the average man on the Clapham Omnibus (as the saying goes) is a combination of:
– A preconceived idea that you have to be "smart" or a comp-sci major to understand how to use it
– The number of distros available (analysis paralysis)
– A lack of knowledge of just how to migrate because everyone they work with uses MS Office or other tools that don't run under linux
– and finally, the terminal. In my opinion, the average user should never HAVE to use the terminal. I have friends who are generally smart people, but not technical, who freak the F out when they see the Windows CMD flash up or when tech support asks them to run a simple ipconfig /all.
6:10 Actually, virtual desktops have been part of window managers for a lot longer. E.g., the popular fvwm had them in 1993.
But what if I don't want to type anything in console 🤔.
I remember that I use to think this channel name is Linux Tech Tips 🙂
I use Arch btw
Put Linux on my old laptop and made a video about it. It truly is much better.
im watching this on my Linux computer
Linus, you can really pull off that hat.
You know, I was initially annoyed with the video taking so long, and then got more annoyed when I complained in an article that became obsolete 30 seconds later. However, I feel like, after waiting for this video was well worth it.
about time lol
11 you can say ‘I use arch btw’
I bet a Linux update (software) doesn't cause my system to randomly reboot. Windows updates are malware.
great for servers, horrible for desktops
Can't wait for the next Linux video 🔥🔥🤑
For once, not sponsored by Lastpass
I have literally NEVER been able to successfully install Linux, whether on bare hardware or on VM. I tried Manjaro on a VM, and it had a flickering black screen. I tried Mint on bare hardware and the mouse could not click anything (I could move it, but buttons were unclickable). I tried Arch on bare hardware and everytime I booted back into Windows I had to physically re-insert ALL hardware in my computer, including my GPU and all USB devices before they were recognized again.
So no, Linux doesn't just work and it is not stable. I have literally never been able to install Linux without any trouble. I have been wanting to for a long time, but I can't.
It has its place.