I bought myself a nice new screen, as I'll be working from home for the foreseeable future, and hiked it up to my home and work pc's. One is a Windows machine (CAD operator) and the other runs the latest KDE Neon (home machine).
Of course, I unplugged the old screen, plug in the new one and Linux just automatically adjusts to the new resolution. No need to change any settings.
Windows, on the other hand, took me well over two hours to get it to run a native resolution. Mind you, it's an ultra wide screen, but still.
I just love the fact that the OS that is only suitable for people that like to scratch around in settings and manually updating config files is the one that just works.
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