I heard about Microsoft fouling up people's Win10 machines with the most recent update, but thought I'd dodged that bullet.
Guess not. Firefox (another source of bugginess but I'm fond of it) started getting weird last night and this morning, it was far worse. Well, okay, thinks I, Edge will work--
Edge wasn't much better. Looking at local TV station sites for a short article on the foolishness of fretting over "an influx of people carrying guns" in a county with one of the highest proportion of firearms carry permit holders in the entire United States, Edge started to flake out badly.
Malwarebytes just finished scanning and gives the machine a clean bill of health; I did a restart and it seems to be hung up.
So I'm writing this on my "toy computer," a Raspberry Pi running Raspberian, their Linux variant. Chromium (essentially a port of Google's snoopy Chrome browser) comes with the operating system and works perfectly well.
What is it the high speed/low drag types say, "One is none and two is one?" Yeah. "Have a backup" applies in plenty of situations.
And that Windows desktop is still trying to restart. It may be time to push the developer switch.
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