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Some thoughts on feeling more productive (developer) on Linux ?

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Am trying to spot why im feeling alot more productive on my Linux machines than i do on my Windows machines, not sure if other people feel the same ?

Its not somekind of Windows hate - actually some of the pro's ive spotted could sound as being sarcastic towards Linux.

My favourite flavor for years has been Xubuntu and i head for these laptops when i need to do some serious programming or learn new topics where i need to concentrate - and i dont know why but i am so much less distracted in Linux that i tend up getting in Windows.

Fun part is that i think part of the reason why i tend to be less distracted is alot of the GUI applications in Linux to me looks horrible still, theres this 2001 Java applet look over GUI appliications so i dont really enjoy using some additional apps in Linux besides my standard developer environments.

Windows is trying to get there with package managers etc and its well done what they do, but its still much of a click this and that to install and click next - compared to how it works in the terminal on linux - things just seems to fit a developer much more by using keyboard than clicking around am not sure if others feel the same ?

I have a fraction of the application i need on Linux compared to Windows - i dont feel any of the stability issues, speed etc am just developing - but i am doing it in a way less distracted way - and i actually think part of it is less welldone applications (UI), even having tonnes of tabs opened which i always end up in windows i seem to dont do in Linux as there are a few things requires a few more clicks so you just dont get drawn into even that so much on linux.

Anyone else feel someowhat the same or am i going nuts ? been thinking about it here today as i spent a day on a linux machine - i still had to carry 2 laptops as i always needs some applications on windows to get through my day but its an honest productive feeling - where you sometimes just sit and look at this clean desktop and a few terminals and your editor and you dont really get the lust for playing a pixelized game of solitaire :D

Not sure why i write this but it was just thoughts i had here back home why it is that i tend to get so much more done and it feels so much more concentrated on linux than what i do on windows even though sometimes i use the exact same languages & editors for the same type of programming - and my conclusion ends up with - "but what would you distract your time with ?"

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