Also peek the alt-text if you wanna see what themes I used for each unless you already recognize them. 👀
Everything can be installed with the default apt package manager.
Lubuntu (left) and Xubuntu (right) are two great Linux distros for breathing new life into old hardware.
There may not be a whole lot to them at first, with about an hours' worth of tweaks, you can make them pretty indistinguishable from more resource heavy environments.
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CPU: Ryzen 9 3950X
GPU: RTX 2080 Ti
RAM: 32GB 3600MHz
Storage: 1TB PCIe NVMe
(I don't actually have this, but could you imagine? lol)
Like I see open source apps and think "whatever". Then I see proprietary apps like Skype and think "ok, little bit odd, but Microsoft has been warming up to the open-source community, so why not."
And then I see QuickTime and I'm like...
Remember my Windows NT 10 mockup? I'm tempted to crack open Visual Studio and create mockups of built-in UWP apps in WinForms lol
(Probably will bump sometime tomorrow with how I made this)
You know how every streaming service has their own apps with their own UIs for navigating the catalog and playing back video which can be flaky depending on the app and the device?
What if there was a single unifying app (legitimate one btw) for all the major services? Kinda like the RetroArch of streaming.
Because this was my first time doing anything with QBasic, I needed a familiar way to build a prototype. So I did it in C, which you can also find in the same folder as "magdemo.c"
Back at MAGfest's PC museum, I had an idea to code a demo animation on one of the computers, but it would've taken too long. So I did it at home.
Download the "MAGDEMO.BAS" demo in this folder: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/vylqb9sq3j97s/
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