Just something to add to all that.
Originally Posted by Shahrizai
Maintenance is something that's cool the OS (Linux) does for you up to the point of "not messing with your tools".
Windows, on the other hand, only gets slower and slower with time, and you either have to start anew or use third party tools like TuneUp or CCC.
There's a window rule called "Block Compositing." When set, KWin will disable compositing when any window marked is created, and will resume compositing automatically when the window is closed.
Alt+Shift+F12 is fine, but I'd rather mark the application and never have to deal with disabling and enabling compositing.
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