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Since no one seems to be on the Chat, thought we might be better off with a forum chat that everyone can talk on regardless of timezone and activity. :D

This is sort of a fork of Random Thoughts, except it's more about talking. :P

I'll start:

Cleaned up Chromium on Mint and wow, it launches in under a second. Blazing fast compared to Chrome on Windows 10 (5+ seconds).

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What's Chromium, and what's Mint? :P I'm currently using the slowest possible Windows 8.1 computer, which is my sister's laptop from 5 years ago... It's good enough for now though!

In other news, tomorrow two of my friends and I are doing a "minecraft marathon", playing from 8 in the morning onwards, until we beat the enderdragon! I'm really looking forward to it, and I'm hoping I can record the whole thing :D 

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2 hours ago, Mecmax said:

What's Chromium, and what's Mint?

Chromium is a version of chrome that runs on linux. Mint is a Linux distribution that is a modified version of Ubuntu. Speaking of Mint I have switched from Xfce to Cinnamon thanks to Flaw and I prefer it!

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