sophisticles wrote:Waco wrote:This hasn't been true in years (becoming "slow" over time). I'm on the same install of Windows 10 since day one of upgrades, and Windows 7 was the original upgrade on day one.
Keep your BS elsewhere, because you're not going to pull one over on anyone that knows their stuff here. Most of what you're saying isn't true.
It most certainly is true, here's a tip straight from Microshaft on how to optimize Win 7 for maximum performance:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel ... erformanceThis tip is simple. Restart your PC at least once a week, especially if you use it a lot. Restarting a PC is a good way to clear out its memory and ensure that any errant processes and services that started running get shut down.
So MS' suggestion on how to make Windows better is to not use it, who am I to argue?
So a Windows system that doesn't get rebooted will slow down over time per MS, I wish they had kept their BS OS to themselves and not darkened the computing landscape.
With Majaro Linux I can go anywhere from days to months without rebooting. In fact most of the time I'm only rebooting after applying major updates.