• kixikOP
    2 years ago

    I don’t think the concern raised is a technical one though, and some people think there’s a lock-in strategy, which you might or might not overcome depending on your skills.


    Though it’s clear technically you can always look for ways to overcome those, whether totally disabling secure boot, when possible, or looking for using 3rd party certificates. Whatever it is. Definitely not as straight forward as it used to be.


    Just disregarding the lock-in strategy, because there are ways, doesn’t seem fair. But in the end it’s up to anyone to agree or not to agree.

    My suggestion for those not looking for dual boot computers, is to go for gnu+linux pre-installed computers, that might save you some time, and frustration before being able to get your computer to do what you really want.