Folks, always, ALWAYS, physically disconnect your Linux hard drive before running a Windows version upgrade. Don't be that guy. And by that guy I mean me.
I'm pretty sure it's happily reformatting my Linux hard drive simply because it's there. I didn't ask for it, I didn't confirm it, but oh boy, I'm gonna get it.
At least I get to shake my fist at Microsoft again...
@tivasyk You know, the original post is a bit misleading (this issue happened to me when installing windows, not when upgrading so far, including this post)
...But. I keep thinking maybe I should go this way.
The problem is lack of space and switching back and forth. For now, I am gaming in Linux. Probably 90% of the games I enjoy are working fine on Linux, recent titles too.
But music, movies, etc also on linux. switching back and forth with my good keyboard and headset...
@tivasyk but then, RDM for gaming? Does it work? Sound and all? It.. should? what about framer rate?
@jtr if rdm = remote desktop (manager), than for what i know it won't work with the current state of it. virtualizing a gaming machine (with direct access to some resources like gpu) is more problematic that it sounds, although it works for some games.
idk, i'd just stick to a separate pc for gaming, me, if i were a real gamer. but just like you, i can just find something to play on linux and not bother lately =)
@tivasyk yep. I am actually about to upgrade my main desktop (the one I'm using right now, with linux Mint, I always go back to it) and I do everything on it. Latest game to work fine: Elite Dangerous. If you heard of it...
I'm not a "huge" gamer. I don't play the most recent titles because of lack of specs and money (I'm not going to pay $60 for a game on top of DLCs), but I do play every day basically.
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