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    I'm pretty sure the Mac mini was also free from windows on macos. 😘 #ArchMasterRace
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    @SortOfTested, yeah I suppose so, but it still has it’s quirks, like it’s price
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    @err-occured
    Yes, using homebrew is definitely a bridge too far.
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    Lookin' good my man!
  • 6
    Posts like these warm my heart.
    Welcome home.
  • 4
    I ended up keeping windows for gaming. Not because I couldn't get fallout to work with proton but because doing so makes my little lenovo sound like my mbp. Or a blackhawk warming up for takeoff, whichever analogy you prefer.
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    It’s not freedom yet, but your on the right track!
    Keep walking!
    Cheers

    Oh, iusearchbtw
  • 2
    @M1sf3t I'm on the some boat(with windows), I raged quite proton with resident evil 7
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    @JhonDoe fallout didn't really do all that bad with proton, I had to mess with the sound configuration a little to get npc voices to work but other than that it runs fine. Crashes occasionally, but thats with either system.

    There's just an audible difference when running the game on proton compared to just using windows and I figure it best not to tempt fate by putting additional stress on my hardware for no particular reason other than to just avoid microsoft.
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    @SortOfTested yeah but you're not cool enough here, if you write free from mac os
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    "There's just an audible difference when running the game on proton compared to just using windows and I figure it best not to tempt fate by putting additional stress on my hardware for no particular reason other than to just avoid microsoft." -- @M1sf3t

    I think I'll quote you like that every time I talk about proton. well said dude
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    @Root nice to be home, last time I used ubuntu was back in college, it’s changed a fair bit since then
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