How to switch from Windows to OpenBSD?

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Endre, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. Endre

    Endre Registered Member

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    Hello!

    I just found out about the existence of OpenBSD, known as the most secure OS ever!
    I never used Unix-like OSs.
    I’ve been a long time Windows user (Millennium; XP; 7; 10).

    I’m a music producer, using software like: FL Studio; Reason; Sound Forge; all type of VST plugins.

    Questions:
    1. Would it be hard for me to switch to OpenBSD?
    2. Would my programs work on this OS?
    3. What kind of file system they use to format partitions? (I’m used to: FAT32; exFAT; NTFS; ReFS)
    4. Is there something else that I need to know before switching to this OS? (There’s not a lot of information about it on the internet)
     
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