Common Problems while upgrading to Windows 10
Upgrade to Windows 10 cost me noting but my time. Tech Savvy people always wish to explore the latest technology. As soon as upgrade is made available, I upgraded Windows 8.1 Pro version to Windows 10. The Windows 10 looks very cool (I mean its appearance). The combined version (Win 7 and 8) of its start menu was really awesome. I restart my laptop, it took more than a minute to turn off and it took another one minute to the welcome screen. I typed my login password and waited for another 1 minute to reach the desktop. This caused little frustration but I made up my mind by telling myself that its just first time after the installation.
Post Upgrade Problems
After that, I checked the Ram Usage from the task manager. It shows 80% and the hard disk usage shows 100%. I got stunned by seeing that. I haven’t run any application and still both usage is very high. I checked startup programs and disabled some but there is no progress. So I decided to roll back to Windows 8.1 from Windows 10. I really thank the creators for allowing us to roll back to the older version in a single click.
Problems after rolling back to Windows 8.1
After switching again to Windows 8.1, the Ram usage, boot time become normal but the hard disk usage was 99-100%. As I didn’t find any difficulty in working I ignored the hard disk usage issue. Just 2 months after switching to Windows 8.1, I received Hard Disk failure message. As a result I replaced my old hard disk with a new one. This cost me around 100 Dollars.
Problems after Installing Windows 10
Okay, the Hard disk was replaced. Now I decided to install a clean copy of Windows 10. After installation, I noticed Hard disk usage was still 100%. OMG not again. Immediately, I found the solution of the high hard disk usage problem and rectified it. Now I’m using Windows 10 with out any issues but I will recommend Windows 8.1 over Windows 10.
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