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Windows be like: "bro is that a fucking usb drive? I don't have drivers for that"

Linux be like: "Hold on, is that a Millennium Falcon? I've got the drivers for that"

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  • 2
    Windows 2020 edition be like: What kind of electrical signals am I sensing here? Momma, please help
  • 8
    I don't think I've had problems with a USB drive in windows since ... man I can't remember when I had problems with one last ...
  • 4
    Never had that problem tbh
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  • 6
    Well.
    No. Just no.

    Windows can actually auto detect the drive, install drivers, and mount the thing for use. Meanwhile, linux users run lsof, dmesg, and lsusb -w to find out what, and which bus. Then google for the driver, install the build chain, install headers, compile the thing, and modprobe it, into the kernel. then redo the thing because there was a kernel update.

    then try to figure out how to use FUSE.

    yup. linux is great at this.
  • 0
    Wrong and wrong.

    I always just plug it in, wait a few minutes then i'm ready to dump my files.
  • 0
    To experience the full „magic“ of USB & Windows you just plug-in any Arduino clone that comes with the ubiquitous CH340 USB2serial chipset.
  • 0
    @theMaintainer bro this is a joke, i exaggerated, it's obvious that windows recognizes usb drives
  • 2
    bad joke. you could make it with something more relatable at least
  • 1
    You saying Linux got Han Solo?
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