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I've been using Linux daily for about three months now. Windows is just sitting mostly unused on my second drive. Is there any reason to keep Windows 10? I actually have a ssd and a hhd and Linux is on the hhd. Id like to just put Linux on my ssd and not have windows at all, but i've used windows 10 since 2018 and want to make sure theres not a good reason to keep it before i remove it.
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>>88029058
>mostly unused
if you can deal with not using it for whatever reason no reason to keep it really
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>>88029058
If you ever want to get any work done with a computer, you might want to keep Windows.
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>>88029235
linux works fine for everything except adobe and some video games
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>>88029058
If you want to play games with your friends, keep windows as a back-up. If not, you might as well run only GNU/Linux. I've been using Linux only for 4 years now,, and I can do all of my work with it.
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>>88029235
this was true in 2012 but these days, no
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>>88029285
>friends
lol, come on, its 2022 no one has those anymore



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