Windows 10 bootsplash

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- I wanted to help Windows 10 transformation pack project http://b00merang.weebly.com/windows-10.html, so I asked my genius friend OobuntusGooftus http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=OobuntusGooftus to create me a bootsplash and so he did. Enjoy guys!!!
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elbullazul

4 years ago

If you don't like Windows then don't complain to those who like its look.

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Archaeopteryx342

3 years ago

Ehhh that's like giving the middle finger to KDE, Stallman, Open Source, and the people who worked hard to get Dolphin, Gwenview, Plasma, etc.

If you don't like Linux then go away and tell your parents to buy you Windows.

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elbullazul

3 years ago

first, this is between you and me, keep parents both sides out of this

second, how the hell is making linux look like windows an insult to the guys behind this awesome tech? wasn't freedom of choice one of their goals as well?

Third, I don't like windows at all, and I'm plain happy with my linux install

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Archaeopteryx342

3 years ago

You are not making it "look" like windows.

Freedom of choice? As in Why hasn't Microsoft sue this manchild of "Brahimsalem" for copyright infringement.

Microsoft is the root of why Open Source and Free Software came in to existence.

It irks me knowing there are users (sheep) glamorizing Microsoft and Mac. Don't like KDE? Simple go and buy your narcissism.

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jamruhhh

3 years ago

The look of Windows doesn't represent what Microsoft does as a company. Someone can like the aesthetic but still want to have Linux as their primary platform. Linux IS about freedom of choice and this is a choice some people make. What a petty and angry person you are.

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product-maker masscream Feb 03 2020 9 excellent
Hello, I'm leaving a corrected version of the splash screen which at least works with the actual version of Linux (Mint 19.3). https: // uloz.to / file / fgDMAuL4OFwp / win10-tar-gz To all, who do not understand it yet - yes, Linux is a great OS, which has a lot of useful functions and properties itself. Because it is free, it can afford a lot of templates and animations which it already has. The reasons why I'm putting this "s****" on Linux, as migue says are several. Firstly - yes, at work for coverage it's a brilliant idea. I wish I could use it that way, however it's not (easily) possible for me. Secondly, at my case, even though Linux is a great os, which has come long way, and has almost all what shall basic user friendly desktop os offer, it is still for a few basic users a swearword. Someone may have told them how difficult it was in LX to install basic functions and all stuff we long time users remember. Thank God, these times are gone and Linux is full capable of competing MS (imho at some levels only). But still, these users are about to get mad, when they hear the word 'Linux', however the only things that they care about are familiar colors, menus and functionality. All what Linux can offer nowadays, even in the coat of Windows. I don't care about how things look inside or outside, what is really great for me in Linux is that I don't have to guard my privacy. I don't need to block some basic functions (as I need in windows) to stop MS stealing my data (even if they are forcing my approval for that). I like the os which is obeying the orders of mine (auto updates) and not forcing me to cooperate with its own will. Btw, the reason why I needed to start all of this is, that one of my relative's older PC with Win 10 commited suicide, forcing on itself all the "necessary" updates which the machine and the system itself could not bear anymore. Another great thing in Linux is, that its security policy is much more durable to users 'not-knowhing-what-they-do', installing every possible toolbar, browser or trial anti-malware sw, all what windows apps or environment during installation can offer. After all, although I'm very lucky and grateful that I found this and got it to work, this version of the bootsplash still looks outdated a little and when it comes to performance, you can see visible differences in comparison with the original. If anyone is able to make a version for 1080p screens or add the GRUB theme, it would be most welcome. The idea is not dead. Thank you and have a nice Linux day!
product-maker AlexZonder Aug 30 2018 9 excellent
+Here are so much negative comments about this boot animation, that I decided to register especially for tell you my vision about the way of why this can be used. In my company we use Windows on computers at work. But I would prefer to use linux. So I installed linux Mint and changed theme to make it looks like Windows 10. To avoid unnecessary questions of my boss when he come to me for something and sees my desktop or process of booting.
product-maker oldfield Jan 20 2018 9 excellent
Nice
product-maker TuxTux Oct 31 2017 3 bad
product-maker KDE4WasBetter Oct 14 2017 3 bad
ewww
product-maker migue Aug 24 2017 3 bad
It's no sense to put this shit on Linux!
product-maker verdigod Aug 24 2017 3 bad
product-maker panisawesome Aug 24 2017 3 bad
product-maker Archaeopteryx342 Mar 12 2017 3 bad
product-maker mirkogennari Jan 22 2017 3 bad
product-maker dindinG41TR3 Jan 07 2017 9 excellent
product-maker bananafernandez Jul 28 2016 3 bad
product-maker eye Dec 21 2015 9 excellent
product-maker cinnamoner Nov 17 2015 9 excellent
product-maker elbullazul Nov 16 2015 9 excellent
product-maker fredbird67 Nov 16 2015 3 bad
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