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  1. Nice... each new kernel version has consistently...

    Nice... each new kernel version has consistently been slower than the last (for ext4, at least). Guess I'll get a huge FS performance boost by reverting to 3.10 or older :rolleyes:
  2. The Arch installer won't even start on a couple...

    The Arch installer won't even start on a couple of recent notebooks I have. I'd rather do more productive things with my time and let Antergos do the dirty work while I'm working.
  3. Yes and no: I'm a sysadmin and software...

    Yes and no: I'm a sysadmin and software developer, but having to install Linux on several machines with different hardware I'm grateful the Antergos installer gives me a working Arch system in a few...
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    +1. IF and when I'll feel the need to install...

    +1. IF and when I'll feel the need to install Chromium on my pc... I'll install Chromium.
  5. I'm using it right now. It IS Arch, plus an extra...

    I'm using it right now. It IS Arch, plus an extra repository to provide some extra packages, precompiled from AUR. The main difference is in the installer, giving a working desktop environment among...
  6. Or you can use Antergos, and installing Arch is a...

    Or you can use Antergos, and installing Arch is a breeze. No excuses for *buntu :p
  7. +1 It's not just the newer stuff, in Arch the...

    +1 It's not just the newer stuff, in Arch the whole system feels a lot faster (and i've been using debian since v2.2...)
  8. Maybe these? ...

    Maybe these?

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux3_linux313_kernel&num=2

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux_313fs_hdd&num=4
  9. Bullshit. Been using it for years, alongside...

    Bullshit. Been using it for years, alongside other machines with CFQ.
  10. More system benchmarks: real-world performance, a...

    More system benchmarks: real-world performance, a kernel 3.10 (at least) to 3.15 comparison, and what happened to the file system/block layer regressions found in past releases...
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    Of course, but every single KDE benchmark I've...

    Of course, but every single KDE benchmark I've seen on Phoronix gives users the impression that it's a bloated, windowzian beast that cannot compete with other DE's. I avoided it like the plague and...
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    "likely due to it still having window decorations...

    "likely due to it still having window decorations enabled by default even when running full-screen games/applications"

    Easily fixed by choosing the option "'suspend desktop effects for fullscreen...
  13. So, good news for gaming. The threaded I/O...

    So, good news for gaming.

    The threaded I/O test however keeps showing a regression for kernels > 3.12, but with a compilation time that is almost equal across the different kernel versions.
    ...
  14. This. (including the windowzian KDE and the...

    This.

    (including the windowzian KDE and the latest OSX)
  15. Same here (at least until I get a Broadwell...

    Same here (at least until I get a Broadwell laptop)... but I want to try to backport TCP auto-corking :p
  16. 3.13...

    3.13 http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux3_linux313_kernel&num=2

    and 3.14 http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux_314_hdd&num=2
  17. "The Linux 3.14 Kernel Has Been Released With...

    "The Linux 3.14 Kernel Has Been Released With Great Features".

    Okay, and the performance regressions found in 3.13 and 3.14 ? Have they been fixed?
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    Cinnamon is actively maintained...

    Cinnamon is actively maintained https://github.com/linuxmint/Cinnamon/commits/master and version 2 has several features not included in Gnome (the one I can't live without is the ability of changing...
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    Gnome, KDE, window managers... since I moved to...

    Gnome, KDE, window managers... since I moved to Cinnamon I never looked back.
  20. I know the difference. BFQ has been around...

    I know the difference.

    BFQ has been around since 2008 (http://lwn.net/Articles/275978/) and I've been using it since the days of zen-kernel.
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