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Old 06-21-2014, 11:36 PM   #1
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Recomended hardware for Linux Deepin 2014?


While I dought that the deepin devlopers will read this I wll ask it any way how bloated is deeping 2014 going to be? Mint and ubuntu both have had huge preformance issues do to gnome 3 changes and I was woundering if the same thing has happened to DDE as whell.
 
Old 06-30-2014, 10:23 PM   #2
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As I understand it, DI 2014 its own in-house Desktop written I believe, in Qt. It is by far the quickest install of any distro I've used over 10+ years. However, because it is written in-house and is unique to Deepin, there are a few teething issues with it. It is well worth persisting with because these guys come up with genuinely innovative approach that you won't see in other distros.
 
Old 07-16-2014, 03:15 AM   #3
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While I dought that the deepin devlopers will read this I wll ask it any way how bloated is deeping 2014 going to be? Mint and ubuntu both have had huge preformance issues do to gnome 3 changes and I was woundering if the same thing has happened to DDE as whell.
Hello. I am an official member of Deepin. We have read your message. Would you please express your meaning or your problem in more detail? We will pay attention to it.
 
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As I understand it, DI 2014 its own in-house Desktop written I believe, in Qt. It is by far the quickest install of any distro I've used over 10+ years. However, because it is written in-house and is unique to Deepin, there are a few teething issues with it. It is well worth persisting with because these guys come up with genuinely innovative approach that you won't see in other distros.
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