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Anonymous 08/14/21(Sat)07:41:57 No. 0A0CASWI [Report]

I will get a laptop soon and will probably use it in public. I already have my own custom GNU install, but I don't my normalfrens to know my powerlevel. Is there any distro that looks "normal", but is meant for powerusers?

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Anonymous 08/14/21(Sat)13:14:32 No. fg-M65YJ54Q [Report] >>fg-9SWTEF43

>>0A0CASWI (OP) >Is there any distro that looks "normal" Distros are all the same, only difference is the package manager (and some libs i guess). Get a custom WM setup and rice it to however you want if you really want that "normal" look.

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Anonymous 08/14/21(Sat)23:22:35 No. fg-9SWTEF43 [Report]

>>fg-M65YJ54Q /thread

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Anonymous 08/15/21(Sun)01:19:16 No. fg-F5ITPDWW [Report]

>>0A0CASWI (OP) use openbox or xfce. xfce you can easily make it look like a windows machine or osx with the custom themes if you want to trick normies.

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Anonymous 08/17/21(Tue)21:20:58 No. fg-03GWTU5H [Report]

>>0A0CASWI (OP) I use XFCE with a windows 95 theme(chicago95) but you'll probably want a windows 10 theme

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Anonymous 09/05/21(Sun)05:38:56 No. fg-GUBPWINV [Report]

>>0A0CASWI (OP) If we're just talking about "looks" then distributions don't matter. Just change the desktop environment. I'd say go for KDE since it's the more windows-like DE out of the box. If you really mean distro then Ubuntu is the more popular one and the only one used by enterprises and powerusers.


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