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there are things in the windows that makes it unproductive?


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kifirefox

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there are things in the windows that makes it unproductive?

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if you want to surf the internet. I realized that it is good to use a windows xp 32 or 64 or a linux better.

Windows is full of critical errors and weigh the open browsers with more than 100 tabs.

this is just an example, the windows is sometimes unproductive, things like:

slow
disorganized
critical errors
bad memory management or high consumption of memory by puerility.
office and slow to manipulate files, even if the file has only text!


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Remember XP is 5 versions of Windows out of date, no suport. You wouldnt use a linux version out of date like that, so why compare? 100 tabs open would bring any system to its knees. :headscratch: 


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slow
disorganized
critical errors
bad memory management or high consumption of memory by puerility.
office and slow to manipulate files, even if the file has only text!

That is a really good description of my defiant teenager, not only a poorly maintained, outdated Windows Operating system that needs a little TLC and better hardware.

Then again, any computer that has whatever type OS, be it Windows, UNIX-based and UNIX-like operating systems, if not maintained properly could fit that description.
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