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A solution to dualbooting?

Hi,
I’ve been dualbooting for a while as I mainly apps on Mac OS and prefer gaming on Windows.
I saw a new OS called Verenitti and it looks pretty and integrated for Windows and Mac/Linux, an all in one. I saw it at https://www.verenittios.com
What do you guys think? I am considering dumping the dual booting option and giving this a try.

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Isn't that BSD?

Post was last edited on November 2, 2019 1:57 PM PDT

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The more I look at this, the more it's a scam.

They appear to be bundling up BSD and making claims it's their own work.
Plus trying to raise kickstarter bucks.

That won't end well.

Post was last edited on November 2, 2019 1:58 PM PDT

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forget it

stick with what you have. unless they can find a workaround for drm, there will still be a lot of issues when streaming videos and gaming requires it. That is one of the problems linux currently have.

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slander much and amusement

so Mr Profit believes himself to be all knowing. Happy. Tbh this looks pretty cool if based on a unix base whether BSD or an SVR5 kernel. Most BSD is 'free source' anyways so if they are wrapping it with cool features, usability and virtualisation good luck to them, and god would I want it, if they succeed. Mejustsayin has a really good point though unless they use a boxed up windows and there are issues on HW acceleration etc. After reading their website they might have bitten of more than they can chew, but then that video on there is a demo video, so they seem to at least be capable of something. But I do think you should look for another solution. The website seems a little promo-ish which means they have a marketing team so might be smoke and mirrors, but who knows. If it is real though I would be in but will wait and see. But then I am less trollish than some and like to give these things a chance. The only real option most of us have at the moment is linux which is being attacked heavily on the licence front at the moment and still has issues being truly stable. I am constantly helping people timeshift and rollback on updates. But again I think you will be waiting a while for it.

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For Jerry.

Thanks but I don't know it all. Along with everyone here we see scams come and go.

Remember theses scams continue on such as that Xtra-PC which is another Linux distro which isn't as good as the hype. Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S46Fby3qOGg if you don't know about that one.

As to the license front, the only area that is hot as far as I see is the DRM area. Even Netflix is now watchable on Linux without all the work you used to have to do.

It also appears the OP above may have spammed on other forums and they were removed as... spam.

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