Hi all, thank you for the answer. After some issues with Windows and due to their lackluster support line on chat I have actually decided to wipe Windows from the laptop and put Antergost as my only OS.
I was mostly using it for gaming and to stream my Xbox when TV is in use, but with this issue from today it will give me more incentive to learn what I want as I will take away some stuff that might be blocking me from learning.
As for software that I use it’s IntelliJ and Webstorm mostly and for that I saw that AUR is just amazing. Tomorrow morning I’ll make the installation and slowly becoming a linux guy ^^
This is my first post here, so hi everyone and thanks for such a great distro and community!
Three years ago I installed Mint to start an ‘experiment’ with Linux. Six months later I wiped-out Windows from my desktop and stopped my Adobe subscription. 18 months ago I started an ‘experiment’ with Antergos (with Plasma as DE), a bit scary because of rolling distro ‘legend’ and my still quite newbie-like knowledge. Since then - I am using my system for work as photographer, filmmaker and visual artist. I was ‘forced’ to learn new tools and software, quite different from Adobe suite that I used before for years, but it was both an intellectually refreshing challenge and fun. I am using Kdenlive and Lightworks Pro (only piece of commercial software in my collection) for video editing, Natron as composer, Audiacity for sound editing, GIMP, Blender, Krita and Inkscape for graphic, both bitmap and vector, Scribus and Libre Office for document creations (and some project budget control as well)… Such a great collection of pro-grade software with endless possibilities to express my creativity! Becoming a ‘Linux guy’ was definitely a good decision in my case… Now also my wife and children switched to Linux, as well as my mother in law - she learn everything she need for everyday computing with Linux at age of 75 :-)
I have no skills as developer, but I try to support FOSS ideas as much as I can - some of my works became an official Ubuntu wallpapers and so on, I also do some donations from time to time to different projects. Is hard to believe how much I got in return…