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Gaming And Light Oses

Astro

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#1
I am constantly amazed by the number of people here looking for a light OS for gaming purposes. First off, Stop. Secondly.. If you buy a good brand new gaming PC or laptop, it comes with a Full version of Windows, not a light one. The size of the OS is immaterial to gaming. The HARDWARE has everything to do with performance.
Get a good machine, or upgrade the hardware in your current one. Enough said.
 
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You are a Linux guy Astro - let people know what the best distro is for gaming!
I'm not a gamer but it seems there are enough that do ... could be a good exercise for them!
 

Dark Wolf

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All excellent points, @Astro & @Hawkeye. Hardware has more to do with gaming performance than the OS choice. Choosing a 'lite' OS over a 'full' OS has little to do with gaming performance. Lite OS's are made more for older hardware as some unneeded things are either turned off or deleted, making the OS lighter. Performance wise, it's no different from the full OS.

So to everyone here - If you want great gaming performance, buy a PC (or build one) with newer, capable hardware. Use the latest build of Windows 10, and stay up to date.:cool:

Also, lol.... Linux is ok for gaming if your game is on the compatibility list for Plays On Linux and Wine, and you have capable hardware. ;)
 

Giliathos

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there is no other option for better option is to buy a latest hardware and to update all the drivers
but for low budget, maybe they can stay for light OS.
 

exotic

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#9
We have some highly skilled persons creating many different lite OS versions at the Team Os. That’s the aim of this board!

It is indeed relevant to ask for the condition of the lite OS with gaming in mind.
Many light OS free up kernel memory and extra CPU clock cycles to be used for gaming.

@Dark Wolf All of us don’t have a lot of money for new HW like you...

In my mind this tread should be closed, as it gives no sense at all.
 
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We have some highly skilled persons creating many different lite OS versions at the Team Os. That’s the aim of this board!

It is indeed relevant to ask for the condition of the lite OS with gaming in mind.
Many light OS free up kernel memory and extra CPU clock cycles to be used for gaming.

@Dark Wolf All of us don’t have a lot of money for new HW like you...

In my mind this tread should be closed, as it gives no sense at all.
Let me ask you ONE thing, when someone buys a brand new "gaming" PC..does it come with a custom OS,or a full stock OS? Answer that.
 
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#11
it depends on the build (Value $$$) you have bought, as most PC bought now a days come bundled with windows 10 x64 Home/Pro but the OS will be a bit filled with Bloats from the Brand (Company).
 

Dark Wolf

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@Dark Wolf All of us don’t have a lot of money for new HW like you...

In my mind this tread should be closed, as it gives no sense at all.
LOL I wish I had money to buy new hardware. I live on a very tight budget like most, and in actuality my best machine currently is my nine year old Toshiba Satellite laptop with a 2nd gen Core i7. All of my hardware is sorely outdated, but still capable of running the latest OS's and software. Everything I said is based on common sense knowledge that I've accumulated over the last several decades, and is true and relevant even today.

As such, thread will remain open unless one of the Admins say different. 😉
 

exotic

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Let me ask you ONE thing, when someone buys a brand new "gaming" PC..does it come with a custom OS,or a full stock OS? Answer that.
If I was a gamer I will do anything in my power to win the game!

- but it makes me sad when you, as a moderator scares people away from this board
with your statement.
 

Hindism

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All excellent points, @Astro & @Hawkeye. Hardware has more to do with gaming performance than the OS choice. Choosing a 'lite' OS over a 'full' OS has little to do with gaming performance. Lite OS's are made more for older hardware as some unneeded things are either turned off or deleted, making the OS lighter. Performance wise, it's no different from the full OS.

So to everyone here - If you want great gaming performance, buy a PC (or build one) with newer, capable hardware. Use the latest build of Windows 10, and stay up to date.:cool:

Also, lol.... Linux is ok for gaming if your game is on the compatibility list for Plays On Linux and Wine, and you have capable hardware. ;)
I agree! However, in my experience there are huge difference between lite OS and Full Pls look at this >
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and compare it with the Full OS. That machine is used for gaming.
 

exotic

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#16
We have well over 300,000 members,they're not afraid of the truth.
Thank you. Her are some more figures one can think about:
A look of the Google tells us that 100 Mill. Individual game users
was registered and using the internet for gaming in 2018.
A Google search for liteOs gives us more than 6 billion hits!

In my free time I try to help people in SE Asia into the internet with
2nd hand computers. They get the Refurbished HW at the local pusher
and I supply regularly with a newer version liteOs master disc.
The LiteOs often gives the HW app. an extra year before it is outdated.
I find my information of liteOs only by searching this board, because
of the high quality information found here.
Have a nice day

I agree! However, in my experience there are huge difference between lite OS and Full Pls look at this >
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
and compare it with the Full OS. That machine is used for gaming.
@Hindism thank for your valued documentation of your liteOs

We can tell the readers: If you are on Windows and want to se
the same curves you press
<Ctrl> + <Shift> + Esc simultaneously
Click More details on the down-left corner and Performance tab

Tip: I use my lite OS for Rendering Videos. and it works teriffic.
It reduce the Rendering time round 6 % compared to a standard
installation on my old HW.
 
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