Is 2022 the year of the Linux desktop?

It should be no surprise that I am a Linux user and I have been for many years. I was introduced to Slackware 1 many many years ago and have been a user since. I’ve seen it’s transition for it’s early days to what it is today, and it’s hard to argue that it doesn’t look good these days. Over the years the idea of the “year of the Linux desktop” has been a regularly debated topic.

Screenshot from the laptop I’m using to write this. Fedora 35 and Gnome desktop environment.

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