Everyone deserves some privacy

Recently I got charming hardware setup without any operating system pre-installed. As my wife likes to play videogames since she was a teenager, she has steam account with loads of games she bought over the years. Luckily for me, to enjoy the powerful graphics card, all I had to do was to purchase, install Windows 10 and to install games.

My last experience with Windows wasn’t actually too long ago – it was Windows 8 which was released in the middle of 2012. I really liked it and decided to further expand into the best of both worlds where you can run the required applications for software development and at the same time it is an environment to enjoy powerful videogames.

I dreamed of getting rid of Virtual Boxes running Linux environment that would take up all of my resources leaving me with 1 GB RAM free. That would allow me to work with git repositories on the same computer without connecting to my virtual environment using Samba, and then SSH to run the program and debug the software I was developing. I wanted to sync files right away and to be able to modify data without any delays which could cause trouble. And, at the same time, to be able to run some games.

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