Lately, I’ve been having impure ideas about giving up my desktop PC.
Windows has been steadily exhausting my persistence, with sudden slowdowns, inexplicable bugs, heavy-handed makes an attempt to push Microsoft providers, and numerous different minor nuisances. I’ve additionally uninterested in the repairs that my home-built desktop requires, having gone by a few cooling followers, two laborious drives, and two graphics playing cards over a six-year span. Now waiting for the inevitable CPU/motherboard alternative, I’ve entertained the concept of throwing all of it away in favor of a Chromebook and even simply my iPad Pro, which I typically use for work now anyway.
But doing so would imply giving up PC gaming, and all the energy and adaptability that goes with it. For years, that’s been my essential anchor to the Windows ecosystem; I couldn’t think about leisure time with out it.