Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Gaming in Linux

Let's face it, if you are wanting to play games in a virus free environment or one that is not over bloated with unwanted suffrage or drivers and updates then make the switch to Linux. It can be scary at first, but you can blame Windows for that. They ran hate ads and smear campaigns in the 90's to bolster their own platform.

if you really do want to play games in Linux, then you are going to need to learn some Linux.

Of course there is always the alternative....LinSpire. Linspire comes preconfigured and it is not as complicated as some would like you to believe. Linux really is the way to game and Linspire has a library of games and software in its store setup and ready to go. Some of the games might even become your next favorite game to play or stream.

You can even get Counterstrike and many other games that are on steam downloaded into your offline store.

PeachOSI has a store as well. In fact almost all Linux distros have a software store where you can download productivity software and games. That was first made popular by Lindows, which was then sued by Microsoft and changed its name to LinSpire  🎮


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