Discussion in 'Computers' started by fantasia, Sep 7, 2017.
I have a Sony vaio from like five years ago
I think my main one is a Dell Inspiron? Whatever the fuck that is
An Acerrrrr <3
I think this is what my ex had, it was 7 years old and ran fine
Asus .... something.
It has a screen and a keyboard and stuff
I have a asus laptop.
2014 MacBook Pro, pawnshop special
Early 2015 MacBook Pro but it became so slow... Do you use any cleaning tools?
I have a HP laptop that I bought in 2015, I hardly use it anymore since I got this sweet iPad.
I've got an ancient Samsung Series 3 I got 6 years ago, but I primarily use my custom desktop these days.
Try os sierra
Does anyone know if it's difficult to replace windows with linux? I could ask my dad, but I'd rather do it myself and then casually let him know that I did it and pretend I'm a nerd girl
There are can be plenty of reasons why your Mac is running slow. Try to delete all the useless files from time to time. And, of course, don't forget to remove all duplicates on your Mac. Read more useful info here - Make Mac Fast
Yes, maybe you are right... Thanks
It’s not hard, I’ve done it
But do I have to save all my stuff first? Like pictures and music?
I would. I can’t really remember because I did it almost a decade ago
If you put it on a different partition than the partition you have Windows on, you shouldn't need to save everything it'll just remain in the partition, but that means actually partitioning the drive. You can do this in Windows, aka set aside another drive letter(ie. :E, :F) for your Linux installation, then all you need to do is insert the disc and restart the computer to install it amiright?
Oh I have two partitions, so I just have to move all my stuff from one partition to the other to free it up?
Yeah you could do that, what I would do though is use some of the free space I have remaining to create a whole new partition just for Linux. But that's just me you'll do whats best for you...
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