- Jul 26, 2019
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|Processor||R7 1700 non-X @ 4.0 GHz|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte AORUS Gaming 5|
|Memory||32 GB 3200 MT/s CL16|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire Vega 64|
|Storage||2x 500 GB SSD, 2x 3 TB HDD|
|Software||Manjaro Linux, W10 if I have to|
I still run a dual-boot, but I'm using Windows less and less. Nowadays the migration is very easy, and the reasons not to do so are fading fast. "As easily," is an issue of getting used to a new way of doing thingsBruh? You clearly don't know who you're saying "Bruh" to. I love Linux. Mint is my personal goto distro. However, there are some things I can't do, or do as easily, on Linux as opposed to Windows. As much as I detest Windows 10, it's worth the effort to try to make it work the way I want it to. If such an effort fails, I'll use 7 until it's not possible to do so and then migrate to Linux.
If I may, what makes Win10 worth the effort?