A Linux fanboy meets, battles, and defeats a Windows 10 ISO

A Linux fanboy meets, battles, and defeats a Windows 10 ISO

Linux Fanboy Meets, Struggles With, and Wins Against a Windows 10 ISO. Recently I decided that it was time to bite the bullet and start using Windows 10 on at least one of my main computers. I'm pretty new here, so you probably don't know that I'm a big fan of Linux.

I've used many different Debian based distros over the years, and not long ago I installed Pop!_OS (created by System76 for their Linux machines) on my desktop computer (Unfortunately not a System76). So far, no regrets.

I currently work as a contractor for the Department of State, so as anyone who's worked for the government knows, virtually everything you do involves Windows in some way.

Therefore, with great trepidation, I decided to sacrifice my ThinkPad T440 for the greater good. I thought that this would be the hardest part, but unfortunately my suffering had just begun.

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