FreeBSD Screen Shots


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That explains it - I was still on Linux back then! haha, that's my pit-lab, he's not a puppy any more, in fact he's 12 this year so pretty much an old man.


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FreeBSD is definitely the only OS I've ever used that calmed my blood pressure rather than raise it. LOL
Have you seen how much KDE is slow, and full of popup, and limitations to freedoom.
Pulseaudio locks the sound forever, man, it reminds me the Web or an Android phone, popup, ads, click to confirm, like winrar on windows, millions popups, and so slow.

The heck is that 50% at least of desktop sofwares are shared and available for BSD and Linux.
BSD should not have anything crap that comes from/runs on Linux, to avoid risks of having a similar system.


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I had to laugh at that tedbell: I have to use Windows 10 at work and I am constantly cussing and fighting with its idiosyncrasies., plus those of the office suite I am also forced to use. I am always at peace when off work and logged into my FreeBSD machine :)
Bring a PI at your work, place it on your desktop, use it on your PC ;)

Use FreeBSD live in anycase of survival !!!



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FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p9
Thinkpad W520
Intel Quad Core i7-2760QM (2.40GHz, 6MB L3, 1600MHz FSB, 45W)
8 GB RAM PC3-10600
HITACHI Travelstar 500GB HDD @7200 RPM
Nvidia Quadro 1000M with 2GB DDR3 and 96 CUDA cores with Optimus Technology
15.6" TFT display with 1920x1080 (FHD) resolution with LED backlight