When windows XP on my dell latitude D630 died, I thought I was screwed, but then I heard of this great thing called GNU/Linux! As I did my research I found the most popular name in Linux, Ubuntu. I tried it out and said: "It's decent, but yet it's layout is too darn different from windows for a noob like me to understand." And so I kept searching untill I found the operating system I always wanted, Linux Mint! "Well, the menu is the way I like it." I said, "And it also don't look too bad as far as free stuff goes." And so I downloaded Linux Mint 18.3 and now two years later I'm still using the same ol' D630 and it's still a runnin' strong on LM 19.1.
"Great program with very useful libraries for hooking up an Xbox Kinect to your computer. Useful in robotics projects."
"Wonderful package! Adds a nice collection of pointers to the bland default pointers."
"Necessary to play any Minecraft versions before 1.13."
"This version contains a bug where you cannot save your QR code to file. download the latest version from the website where the bug has been patched."
"I use this program to play Minecraft with a ps3 controller and it works flawlessly for that purpose, but the program contains a bug that makes the mouse fly uncontrollably across the screen if the controller is accidentally unplugged."
"Very good text-to-speech program, the voices could use some improvement to compete with modern voice synthesis systems."
"Very versatile chat client, awesome replacement for Skype! Haven't found any bugs yet... "
"My favorite editor for C++"
"Great game, the level editor is my favorite. Always loved Super Mario style games."
"Really fun, no bugs so far and decent graphics"