@Anzo wrote: “
@DDS wrote: “Someone, find a working ygopro package for linux systems so I can try playing again!...lolz”
Why do you even use Linux”
1) First and most importantly it is used commonly used for servers and other industrial machines for development purposes. As an IT support worker I feel like I can't afford to go without a basic knowledge of Linux systems.
2) From a technical standpoint, it's extremely simple and customisable. Unlike Apple systems which are infamous for their incompatibility and limitations, Windows is not much better with that regard.
3) Relating to point 2, Linux variants are extremely budget friendly. Not only is the operating system itself freeware but, it does not do not require much hardware power to run optimally. You could run it on a machine with specs from the turn of the millennium.
4) It is a streamlined kernel designed to handle multi-tasking and multiple functions with minimal performance issues. In the months I've had my Ubuntu machine it has not crashed, lagged or stalled on me once. If only could say the same things with Apple/Windows products I've had to deal with during that timeframe.TL DR >
Because I'm a nerd.
However, there are some exclusive programs that cannot be run on a Linux system. I mean I could dual boot my laptop for those exclusives should I need to. But I really don't want to do that. Which is why I am asking for a native linux build for ygopro.
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