Windows 10: Build 10130 with updates -- makes W7 system seem SLOW

  1.    10 Jun 2015 #1

    Build 10130 with updates -- makes W7 system seem SLOW

    Hi there

    Maybe not a proper comparison but using a bootable Linux HOST on a USB3 connection via SATA==>USB3 SSD device and starting a Windows 10 VM (X-64) loads very much faster than a HOST Windows 7 Native machine using standard HDD's.

    Boot time for the Linux system is not significant. Booting up the Windows 10 VM merely takes a few seconds and it's ready for use --makes a great PORTABLE system too as the VM image will work seamlessly on most hardware without change or activation required.

    If you don't have an SSD at least for the OS you should invest in one now --they are quite cheap these days and you will really appreciate the performance even on older systems (perhaps ESPECIALLY on Older systems).

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  2.    10 Jun 2015 #2

    Thanks for the Info Jim. . .:) even though I don't use Linux.
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