Wayland

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Tolkem

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I have the best results with Wayland / Ubuntu 20.04.2 using desktops that are all Intel inside.

I ran Wayland and Ubuntu 20.04.2 on a desktop with an Nvidia graphics card and it worked reasonably but was quite quirky.
Wayland on Gnome? I tried Gnome 40, Wayland works flawlessly, but I couldn't get used to it; too much clicking, even for some trivial tasks such as navigating the app grid. Though, if you use a laptop, touchpad support is really nice. It looks to me Gnome depvs use touchscreens, and that's why their DE behaves the way it does; not very keyboard friendly.
 


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I have no problems navigating Gnome got used to it in Debian Wheezy and also used Unity and ain't much difference imo.

I guess it's what you are used to using.

I can adapt to any DE or WM once I get used to it.
 
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I currently got all my games running in my Wayland/Sway session using gamescope, so I don't have a need for X11 anymore but will keep it around for the time being.
 

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I found another application that doesn't support Wayland yet, Microsoft Teams doesn't support screensharing on Wayland yet.
 
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