Perfect, i’ll stop releasing apps for windows.

2023: only apps that use .NET run on windows. 2024: all Linux apps are built with .NET

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Is this a beautifully designed Linux app

@Ferk@lemmy.ml
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As far as I understand this works through remote desktop, FreeRDP in particular, and relies on weston rdp backend.

This means the same server-client architecture could be used also from Linux to Linux (including the custom shell they created for this). It would be a nice thing for Wayland Linux desktop remote access… seems it looks like it’s done in such a way that you no longer need to open a whole remote session desktop window, but instead seamlessly integrated so each window is rendered separatelly, as if it was actually running locally instead of remotelly. So I think it’s an interesting development for Wayland, even if you don’t care about WSL.

Kinetix
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Have you punched Microsoft in the face today?

Bilb!
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I haven’t been able to locate Microsoft’s face.

Kinetix
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lol!

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