I have(had) two computers running windows, my old Dell laptop and an old Gateway. The Dell just monitors my cameras, the Gateway was my primary until I got the Mac. A couple weeks ago, the Gateway got a windows upgrade, it failed, so it restarted and said it was restoring my computer to the previous state. Well....I had a dual boot, and the boot order was Linux then windows. It deleted my working Linux, and put windows first and a corrupted Linux second. A couple days later, it ran the upgrade again, this time it succeeded, and I no longer have a dual boot, it just goes into windows. All this time, my laptop didn't update once. I think the bastards were using my Gateway as a test machine. So that was bugging me. So I did a clean install, hoping it would fix my partition mess and then I could install Linux again. Linux is smart enough to share the drive with other operating systems, windows is not. So I tried to install a clean Linux next to windows, but it failed because of the partition mess. So, FU windows, I deleted all the partitions, made one, and installed the latest and greatest Linux Mint 19.2 (Tina). Tina has the whole house to herself. I was reluctant to get rid of windows on that computer because it was my primary for so long I thought there might be something on it I'd want in the future. But I'm pretty sure I have everything. Tina is FAST on that computer. I wish I could find some open source software for my cameras, then windows would be out of my life FOREVER. God, I hate Microshit.