For my “convenience” and because in this way they can show ads and clickbait

Also: I SET A FUCKING GROUP POLICY THAT DISABLES THE SEARCH BAR; WHY THEY FUCKING IGNORE IT???

  • @PainInTheAES
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    17 months ago

    I mean at the end of the day it’s all Linux so it’s not so different and just a minor convenience.

    This is just for Fedora: comes with non-free audio/video codecs, non-free driver repos.

    For other distro: It comes with nVidea drivers, WINE, OBS, Blender, Proton, Lutris, and Flatpak set up/preinstalled. (drivers detected on install I believe) there’s also package and kernel tweaks to boost gaming performance, supposedly.

    In comparison to Mint: Fedora packages and kernel versions get updated a little faster than Ubuntu/Debian based distros.

    So Nobara takes a lot of the “pain” out of system setup for people who are new to Linux and gamers/streamers.

    I haven’t used it personally though I’m currently running EndeavorOS and using a SteamDeck for gaming.