This reverts commit ca524b9.
I'm not sure why the release file had its name changed in Waldorf, but screenFetch currently identifies #! as Debian as a result. Single-bracket conditionals always evaluate to true without an argument, which is the case when `which` doesn't find anything. At present, this causes screenFetch to output a nasty `gsettings: command not found` message on #!. Using double brackets instead prevents this.
…4's pull request on GitHub.
… desktop environment.
… removing Cygwin support as I'm not even sure it works at this point and is causing compatability errors.