I have moved to Linux Kubuntu 2 months ago. I always heard that Windows is slow, buggy and ugly and Linux is like a fresh air. Well, it did not go well for me – i have encountered so many bugs/issues, that i feel myself as beta tester. Some of them are so severe, If i was running Windows i would start checking if anything wrong with hardware.
I think the main reason – a lot of projects are driven on pure enthusiasm, greatly underfunded and understaffed.
We have billions of Android installations and linux servers. Corporations make hundreds of billions dollars with help of Linux. According to wikipedia there are just 15 companies who donate 500k a year. This is next to nothing! A lot of shitty startups get way more funding.
Why to keep Linux free for middle and large cap business? Underfunding is what holding back Linux.
Ive been thinking about installing linux on my phone, does anyone know if thats a good idea or not ???
Is it possible to install and update flatpaks through Tor?