The class computer runs on ubuntu, and, as many of you know (unless you never go into offtopic), I use windows.
I once downloaded a book in pdf on that computer, but couldn't find it. Looking through every single part of the file system folder (apparently the linux equivalent for either "local disk" or "this pc"), I couldn't find the downloads folder. Also not in the desktop. If I could understand it, I would've already moved to linux many years ago. But I just don't know how it works. There are 2 things I wish windows also had: the games and terminal mode. Because...
List of windows built-in games:
- Hearts (at least in xp)
List of linux built-in games:
- Minetest (open source minecraft, basically)
And the list goes on...
And what about the other thing? Well, I just think microsoft made a huge mistake removing the ms-dos mode that we had in 95 , 98 and me from windows... I think it was very cool to have it just in case. (Yes, I'm that guy who likes to carry stuff "just in case" when going to any type of vacation)
But idk how it works.
Bro, if I could just figure out where each thing is...
I don't agree with this type of approach. I do not believe in censoring the internet like that. Yes, if actual crimes are committed online, then that should be dealt with accordingly, but this type of approach seems like it would be very easy for corporations, governments, etc, to use AI to enforce censorship even more effectively throughout the internet and make it harder for people to bypass.
And if this keeps up we'll have to accept "ducking" as a swear word...