Microsoft Teams for Linux

Maciej Suszko maciej at
Fri May 8 07:44:04 UTC 2020

On 5/8/20 1:27 AM, Jerry wrote:
> On Thu, 7 May 2020 23:58:03 +0200, Maciej Suszko commented:
>> BTW Some of my coworkers use Linux and they don't have much problems
>> with desktop app, although it's quite cpu/memory hog.
> Wouldn't it be a lot easier and far more productive to simply get a
> laptop with Windows 10 installed on it? If I had to go through half the
> problems you have been expressing, I would have done that a long
> time ago. Time is money for me and I don't have enough money to waste
> all that valuable time.

I can't imagine doing my work on Windows... that's the point. I got it
and use it whenever it's impossible to do other way. But we're not
talking here what would be better or not - all discussions could be
finished that way - use Windows OS for Windows applications, Linux for
Linux etc... so why do we have wine, linuxulator and the whole other
emulation stuff? If FreeBSD should be used on servers only, what is the
all effort to bring it to desktops for?
regards, Maciej Suszko.

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