So recently my laptop(the very one I’m using right now) got crippled by an Ubuntu 15.04 with an error

Error getting authority: Error initializing authority: Could not connect: No such file or directory (g-io-error-quark, 1)

Now, see this error appeared out of nowhere after using Kubuntu 15.04 for months, the last update killed it. So fine, I went ahead and reinstalled Ubuntu (not Kubuntu). After using it for a bit and installing all the updates I decide to reboot just to see it cripple again. That’s it, I’m fed up with a few things I’ve been dealing with linux over the years. I’m tired of fixing things that shouldn’t break. Most importantly, I made peace with Microsoft products, I made peace with how I’ll be dealing with frameworks that belongs to big entities like Microsoft, Google, etc.

A few weeks back I got a copy of Windows 10 through Dreamspark program. This was already enticing me to drop linux out of my life, for a short amount of time of course. I love linux, but I’d rather get a Mac than sit through the hell that is fixing rare corner cases. I plan to go back to unix through a mac eventually, either that or wait for Fedora to actually polish their KDE, and for KDE team to fix bugs on Plasma which will take even longer.

All in all, as you might have guessed I installed Windows 10 on my laptop and it has been working splendid. Anything web development related will be done through virtual machines as I just don’t want to spare more of my time fixing things in linux.

I am very disappointed, especially in Ubuntu because of all distributions I never expected it to cripple my laptop.

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