Merry Smith wrote:I have updated my OS from Windows 8 to Windows 10. After updating it My laptop get very slow and it gets hang again and again. I want to Fix Windows 10 Automatic Repair. Can anyone help me?
Bill Haynes wrote:Linux has a brutal learning curve
I'm no particular fan of online storage
Windows 10 has a LOT of "features" designed to make "sharing" your data as easy as possible.
Caleb Mayfield wrote:Merry,
My mother went through the same thing. In her case the solution was to wipe the laptop and install Windows 8 back on it, the original OS that came on the laptop. About 6 months later she bought a new laptop that runs on Windows 10.
Personally, I dual boot with Windows 7 Pro and Ubuntu Linux on a Dell Latitude E6420. I replaced the original hard drive with a 256 GB SSD and partitioned it equally to run my OS's off of. I replaced the CD/DVD drive with a hard drive caddy and placed a 1TB traditional hard drive in it to store my files on. The idea being if the SSD goes it just takes the OS with it. A new SSD, reinstall the OS, and all my files are ready to go.
There are many flavors of Linux. I must warn you, once you go linux nothing else will be forever disappointed with anything else.