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Which OS do you use primarily?


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nac

Aspiring Novelist
I was trying one fix after another, at one point while running one of the fix I checked task manager and the disk usage dropped and stayed normal. Don't know if it's one of the fix I tried or it cleared on it's own. Anyway I let the fix I was running to complete. After few hours of observation it didn't go back and stuck @ 100%. Issue is fixed as of now even before trying Ubuntu live. In the last two days, I spent over 9hrs troubleshooting this issue. I want to know if I can try the troubleshooting (if I ever need again in the future) I asked in live Ubuntu, so I am going to try and see if I can install those apps in live version and see disk utilization %. Thanks everyone. :thumbs:
 

nac

Aspiring Novelist
Tried live Ubuntu. Couldn't get to install any of those tools. Keep getting "Unabe to locate the file" or package or something along that line.
Thought internet could be the issue, but it was working fine when I checked. Only wired connection worked, not wireless - don't know why?
Googled to find if it's possible to install an app in live Ubuntu and learned that it's possible with (USB flash drive) :( But I tried with live DVD :(
 

K_akash_i

Journeyman
Tried live Ubuntu. Couldn't get to install any of those tools. Keep getting "Unabe to locate the file" or package or something along that line.
Thought internet could be the issue, but it was working fine when I checked. Only wired connection worked, not wireless - don't know why?
Googled to find if it's possible to install an app in live Ubuntu and learned that it's possible with (USB flash drive) :( But I tried with live DVD :(
i had the same issue with wndows 10 on my pc ,disk usage gets hyped up to 100 percent for unknown reasons(some of the few reasons why i completely removed windows after trying out a few distros and choosing according to how much time i can put into it), if u are intending to switch to another os ,just make partitons and install linux as second os ,then install iotop and run it
 
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pkkumarcool

Game & anime Lover
i had the same issue with wndows 10 on my pc ,disk usage gets hyped up to 100 percent for unknown reasons(some of the few reasons why i completely removed it after trying out a few distros), if u are intending to switch to another os ,just make partitons and install linux as second os ,then install iotop and run it
maybe get a ssd
 
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