I'm a college student, and I'm currently working on my thesis. The only thing binding me to windows at this point is I need Unity for said thesis, as I am using it to build a video game for VR (its a dope ass project and I'm excited). I would use Gnome (that's the linux version of Unity, yeah?), but a good majority of the game is already coded. I really don't like windows at all anymore, and I wanna make my computer entirely linux (it's dual booted right now w/ Windows 10 and Ubuntu). Should I stick to it being dual booted, or do you think a VM would be able to handle it? I think I might have to run excel too with unity too, but I'm not entirely sure. I'd figure out how to get the data from unity to everything else.
Sidenote- Would Wine be a good option potentially even? I'm not entirely sure how to use that, but I can figure it out.
Update- I didn't know the gnome thing, thank you for clarifying :)
Update- Thanks y'all. Looks like it'll be really iffy, so I will probably just keep my laptop dual booted.
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