|Ideapad Y500||shakuras||Intel i7-3630QM (8) @ 3.4 GHz||2x NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M||16GB|
|Thinkpad x130e||zerus||AMD E-300 APU (2) @ 1.3 GHz||AMD ATI Radeon HD 6300||2GB|
|Samsung Chromebook||char||Cortex-A15 Exynos 5 (2) @ 1.7 GHz||ARM Mali-T604 (Quad)||2GB|
While I do keep a single Windows machine around for playing some games, the vast majority of my time at a computer is spent in front of a Linux machine.
Void Linux (rolling release, without systemd) for x86_64 systems.
I currently run Devuan on my Samsung Chromebook, although at some point I intend to replace it with the armhf distribution of Void.
I use Awesome WM as a tiling window manager. If you don’t use a tiling WM, I strongly recommend it.
Firefox. Firefox is a standard libre browser that has gotten much faster since the Quantum update. I refuse to use Chrome derivatives generally.
Emacs! Always Emacs. I do use evil-mode for Vim keybindings, in accordance with the old joke: “Emacs is a great operating system. It’s just missing a good text editor.” Emacs is one of the best pieces of software ever written.
As an aside, this site is written in Emacs using ox-hugo to export org-mode files to Markdown for Hugo, a static site engine written in Go.
A proper UNIX-style command line interface is the superior environment for most tasks. I will write more on this later. I consider urxvt & tmux & zsh to be the Holy Trinity. I use neovim for quick configuration of system files.