I've been using Windows 10 without problems in all my computers. That being said, I'm using Linux mint more and more. There are weeks where I don't even boot to Windows anymore. Why?
After messing with LM for three days, I rebooted into Windows and started to notice tiny flaws, fractions of ocasional sluggishness that I never witnessed before.
I rebooted back into LM and the snappiness was back.
I'm taking about a i7 with six cores and 16gb ram... Not some prehistoric relic that would have trouble running Windows 10.
In LM, I boot in 1.8 sec. In W10 it takes over 7 secs.
In the past weeks I was able to replace everything I use in Windows with Linux alternatives except office which I now run through wine (2010).
I'm also getting back at latex which produces awesome documents (scientific articles) which is something windows and office can only dream about.
Is it plug and play? Not for me but I like it. You guys all love tinkering on your boats so what's wrong with tinkering a bit with Linux?
One thing I do recommend is for anybody to install timeshift. A noob (and sometimes pro alike) will make a mistake and screw up the whole installation
. With timeshift you can roll back just like with Windows restore point.
Good luck. Stay away from the fruit company.
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