Also, the bit about having to make sure all the programs are available for reinstalling, well this will be the case if someone gets a new computer as well,
so no extra draw-backs there, and one will want to save their critical data anyway, if they are getting a new computer, so there again, no more work, just a clean install of the OS is in order.
I put an SSD on one of my computers, and I do enjoy the speedier boot-up, but one thing to keep in mind is that we lose the ability to know via sound if the
computer is booting or not when we switch to a solid state drive.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2018 10:37 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] help, can't get balloon about Win 10 back!
On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 08:29 am, Ervin, Glenn wrote:
I have seen many folks get a new computer because their old one is now slow.
You are entirely correct that a very great many systems become sluggish because of the long collection of garbage in all sorts of locations over time. This can almost always be cured by doing a completely clean installation of whatever operating
system it is that you have been using on that machine.
This is not, of course, a trivial undertaking since you will need to back up all your user data and also make sure that all programs you routinely use are available for reinstallation either with the original media you got when you bought them or
via download. Then you've got to reconfigure your system settings, upload all that user data, and get all those programs installed again.
Another thing that can add an awful lot of additional speed to a system is changing out the conventional hard disk drive for a solid state drive. If the drive on your system is not huge the price of SSDs is dropping enough these days that this
is an excellent way of getting a significant additional performance boost as well.
Brian - Windows 10 Home,
64-Bit, Version 1709, Build 16299 (dot level on request - it changes too often to keep in signature)
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