- Feb 9, 2020
- 235 (0.40/day)
- Panama City Beach, Florida
|System Name||Robs Singularity|
|Processor||Intel Core i9-7960X|
|Motherboard||GIGABYTE X299 DESIGNARE EX|
|Cooling||Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 280mm Premium Edition Liquid|
|Memory||A-DATA Quad channel 64GB|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS TURBO GTX 1080 x2 SLi|
|Storage||Samsung SSD 980 PRO 512GB C:\|
|Case||Azza Full Tower|
|Audio Device(s)||Asus Strix w/Alan Finote mod for Windows 10|
|Power Supply||Corsair 1000xi|
|Mouse||Steelseries Rival 600 wired|
|Keyboard||Steelseries Apex 7 TKL red Switch|
|Software||Win 10 Pro|
Most Windows 10 problems come from tinkering and/or poorly written 3rd party software. I manage roughly 15 machines work/home with varying hardware configs and have had very few problems.Oh yeah, there's nothing easy about maintaining an OS. I'm so glad that Windows / Microsoft does the heavy lifting automatically. Despite all the problems I hear about patches breaking things, I've had very few problems since I moved to W10 a few years ago. If there's an update, I just let it do its thing and then carry on as if nothing had happened. That's how it should be.
The one that I had problems with, was from tinkering. An in-place upgrade quickly fixed those problems.
I do have a few dual boots as well. But I could not see (speaking for myself only) ever utilizing Linux as a daily driver. I don't have the time.