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free to download 2 Battlefield games for PC no kiddy boxes :). Read More
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free to download 2 Battlefield games for PC no kiddy boxes :).
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7 Likes #1
grow up
#2
Nice 2142
1 Like #3
2142 is an amazing game. I was not happy when EA plugged servers a few years ago.
#4
bf2 cracking game ty
2 Likes #5
richardstacey
grow up
http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view7/3948027/shooting-stars-handbags-ooooh-o.gif
#6
Do you realise that us Linux users consider Windows users like you to be kids? Gamers are funny, act elitist but most of you use an operating system designed for school kids and secretaries. Get a real operating system and grow up
#7
rtmlk
no kiddy boxes

Based on the steam forums I'd say there's plenty of kiddies on PC too.
#8
simonbrown
rtmlk
no kiddy boxes
Based on the steam forums I'd say there's plenty of kiddies on PC too.

This is always what lends a total lack of credibility to people on here referring you to Steam reviews. "Look! 86% positive on Steam so it MUST be good!" (_;) Much like those people telling you something "must be true - cos it's on Wikipedia".
But they'll still carry on doing it....
5 Likes #9
dar72
Do you realise that us Linux users consider Windows users like you to be kids? Gamers are funny, act elitist but most of you use an operating system designed for school kids and secretaries. Get a real operating system and grow up
Yes i too want no support for almost all the programs i run
#10
Will these play online with a Celeron powered laptop and with a USB control pad?

I'm a big Battlefield 4 fan on PS3, but have never been a PC gamer as I haven't had the hardware requirements for anything other than emulation.

How would it work?
2 Likes #11
dar72
Do you realise that us Linux users consider Windows users like you to be kids? Gamers are funny, act elitist but most of you use an operating system designed for school kids and secretaries. Get a real operating system and grow up

I could quite easily rip this statement apart. Linux is great for security and server usage - but got a driver issue? You're most likely stuffed due to no support, devs moving onto other projects. Have you ever looked at Firefox's bug tracker? Issues (albeit some classed as 'minor') have been stuck for years. Try gaming on a Linux machine. I tried. I failed. Getting Nvidia drivers to work on Linux is a complete and utter shambles of epic proportions - it really, really is. You've got to close lightdm, attempt to get sudo and run the sh file, then it fails ..... no. Just... no.

Linux breeds elitism because people think "wow i'm clever for using something that a small % of people use". The devs are the clever ones - if you're just using it to say/think you're cool, then you're cutting off your nose to spite your face. Office? LibreOffice doesn't win out over MS Office. I know hardcore Linux fanboys who admit that Office wins in that department.

I think we both know Windows is used by police forces, Governments, home users etc, so it's unfair to say it's designed for secretaries and school kids. One of my friends is a developer and he predominantly uses Windows. Sure, he uses Ubuntu and Mac OS X too, but he mainly develops on Windows. I could go on... but you get the idea ;)
#12
My point was really that no matter what your opinion of games consoles, there's going to be someone that's more advanced than you. Most gamers use Windows which we Linux users think is for kids, Linus Torvalds probably thinks we're all noobs.

in$anity
I could quite easily rip this statement apart. Linux is great for security and server usage - but got a driver issue? You're most likely stuffed due to no support, devs moving onto other projects.

Only ever had driver issues on Windows where it's usually necessary to trawl the Internet looking for drivers to install for every piece of hardware I want to connect, typically with Linux I just plug something in and it works.

in$anity
Have you ever looked at Firefox's bug tracker? Issues (albeit some classed as 'minor') have been stuck for years.

No because for me it works flawlessly. It's cross-platform anyway so not really a valid argument, don't tell me you use IE? I thought even the majority of Windows users knew better than that?

in$anity
Try gaming on a Linux machine. I tried. I failed.

I do when I have time, never have any problems

in$anity
Getting Nvidia drivers to work on Linux is a complete and utter shambles of epic proportions - it really, really is. You've got to close lightdm, attempt to get sudo and run the sh file, then it fails ..... no. Just... no.

pacman -S nvidia
shutdown -r now
# Enjoy

It's not 1999 anymore, try using an up to date distro if you're still trying to install via a sh file. How about everything else where a driver is usually not required because the kernel just supports it?

in$anity
Linux breeds elitism because people think "wow i'm clever for using something that a small % of people use". The devs are the clever ones - if you're just using it to say/think you're cool, then you're cutting off your nose to spite your face.

I use it because it works and Windows doesn't have any useful features, is full of security flaws right down to a fundamental level, privacy issues and the latest version seems to be full of ads. Most of the software that I want/need to use isn't available for Windows, sure it has games and an office suite...as I said, it's for secretaries and kids.

in$anity
Office? LibreOffice doesn't win out over MS Office. I know hardcore Linux fanboys who admit that Office wins in that department.

They can both produce documents in PDF (how they SHOULD be distributed, NOT in .doc/.docx) and do the same, I see very little difference between both. I generally don't like office suites whether it be M$ or Libre, bloated, overly-complicated software which only serves the purpose of making annoying, materialistic people and your typical business types into computer users. LibreOffice and similar free/open software is probably just as responsible for people sending me stuff saved in .doc and other proprietary formats and sending me emails in HTML format as Microsoft stuff is.
#13
If you've never had a driver issue on Linux, you've probably not done much on Linux. Sometimes you need to recompile the kernel to get driver issues sorted - that's a pain in the ass and not fun by anyone's standards.

You do realise pacman is package manager and simply installing a linux package for Nvidia wont always work. Please try that on the 850M driver and watch it fail. An up to date distro?? Come on, I am a pen-tester, I use Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Kali Linux 2.0 - pretty up to date if you ask me.

Windows doesn't have any useful features? Are you serious? I haven't had ANY ads on my Windows 10 machines and you can turn off any issues you think cause privacy concerns. You've been reading some incorrect, biased news if you believe that garbage. Also - Linux has security flaws too and some of the biggest security flaws recently have been on linux/open-source software (e.g bash issues, TLS issues etc)

Finally, .doc is a standard and has been for the last 10 years. You can't really say anything negative against it. It's a set standard and will continue to be.
dar72
My point was really that no matter what your opinion of games consoles, there's going to be someone that's more advanced than you. Most gamers use Windows which we Linux users think is for kids, Linus Torvalds probably thinks we're all noobs.
in$anity
I could quite easily rip this statement apart. Linux is great for security and server usage - but got a driver issue? You're most likely stuffed due to no support, devs moving onto other projects.
Only ever had driver issues on Windows where it's usually necessary to trawl the Internet looking for drivers to install for every piece of hardware I want to connect, typically with Linux I just plug something in and it works.
in$anity
Have you ever looked at Firefox's bug tracker? Issues (albeit some classed as 'minor') have been stuck for years.
No because for me it works flawlessly. It's cross-platform anyway so not really a valid argument, don't tell me you use IE? I thought even the majority of Windows users knew better than that?
in$anity
Try gaming on a Linux machine. I tried. I failed.
I do when I have time, never have any problems
in$anity
Getting Nvidia drivers to work on Linux is a complete and utter shambles of epic proportions - it really, really is. You've got to close lightdm, attempt to get sudo and run the sh file, then it fails ..... no. Just... no.
pacman -S nvidia
shutdown -r now
# Enjoy
It's not 1999 anymore, try using an up to date distro if you're still trying to install via a sh file. How about everything else where a driver is usually not required because the kernel just supports it?
in$anity
Linux breeds elitism because people think "wow i'm clever for using something that a small % of people use". The devs are the clever ones - if you're just using it to say/think you're cool, then you're cutting off your nose to spite your face.
I use it because it works and Windows doesn't have any useful features, is full of security flaws right down to a fundamental level, privacy issues and the latest version seems to be full of ads. Most of the software that I want/need to use isn't available for Windows, sure it has games and an office suite...as I said, it's for secretaries and kids.
in$anity
Office? LibreOffice doesn't win out over MS Office. I know hardcore Linux fanboys who admit that Office wins in that department.
They can both produce documents in PDF (how they SHOULD be distributed, NOT in .doc/.docx) and do the same, I see very little difference between both. I generally don't like office suites whether it be M$ or Libre, bloated, overly-complicated software which only serves the purpose of making annoying, materialistic people and your typical business types into computer users. LibreOffice and similar free/open software is probably just as responsible for people sending me stuff saved in .doc and other proprietary formats and sending me emails in HTML format as Microsoft stuff is.

If you've never had a driver issue on Linux, you've probably not done much on Linux. Sometimes you need to recompile the kernel to get driver issues sorted - that's a pain in the ass and not fun by anyone's standards.

You do realise pacman is package manager and simply installing a linux package for Nvidia wont always work. Please try that on the 850M driver and watch it fail. An up to date distro?? Come on, I am a pen-tester, I use Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Kali Linux 2.0 - pretty up to date if you ask me.

Windows doesn't have any useful features? Are you serious? I haven't had ANY ads on my Windows 10 machines and you can turn off any issues you think cause privacy concerns. You've been reading some incorrect, biased news if you believe that garbage. Also - Linux has security flaws too and some of the biggest security flaws recently have been on linux/open-source software (e.g bash issues, TLS issues etc)

Finally, .doc is a standard and has been for the last 10 years. You can't really say anything negative against it. It's a set standard and will continue to be.
1 Like #14
There are fanboys of operating systems now?

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