I use Variety to change my wallpaper each day. I have a wallpaper folder with a bunch of wallpapers, so it doesn’t repeat to often. I (mostly) only pick wallpapers that are not to distracting.
If cheap laptops become a trend, I think Linux laptops would do pretty good. You don’t have to pay for Windows (laptops would be cheaper), and Linux would run better anyway. Or if Linux gets more features not possible on windows. Like maybe easy syncing, file sharing with other Linux computers (maybe over LAN). Almost every non-pc smart devices run Linux, so some kind of interoperability seems logical. One of the most annoying thing is that every device or service has its own ecosystem. The Chrome cast feature on Netflix, YouTube, Odysee, etc. Works fine. But only works one way, and i don’t think I can do it from my laptop to tv, or my phone to laptop, or laptop to my friends laptop. Or even if I’m not on the same LAN.
Another thing is that I feel like almost every Linux program can also run on Windows. If there was a Linux only program that got popular, more people will try Linux, I think.
Here in Denmark the highest possible tax is 52%, but not many people have to pay that much. Most people pay around 15%. Also the sales tax is usually 25%. But some things like medical practices don’t have any. And if you have to pay more than $150.56 for medicin, the government will pay 50% in subsidy. More if you have buy more. see the table here. I don’t think I know anybody who is against it. It’s really easy to manage your money, when not much has to be paid. It’s mostly rent, food, clothing, transportation and entertainment.
It’s a same. Other companies are probably gonna follow 😔