Lenovo has windows 10 on it. So does the ancient Dell desktop. The desktop used to have Linux Mint Cinnamon on it, before my husband crashed it and then wiped the hard drive. I also have an even more ancient Dell laptop, but it's so incredibly slow it makes me mad when I try to use it. Not sure why it's like that either. There is windows 10 on it, but nothing else and it has a 168GB hard drive that I put in it a year or so ago. It worked fine, but then I let a friend use it, and voila, slower than my grandma on her birthday. I'm tempted to just wipe the desktop of windows and install a Linux distro on it. Im the only person that uses any of them anyway.Nicely put by the cranky short-arsed green-skinned gentleman above
That's good with your finding Etcher, another Stan and I learnt of it a couple of years ago and spread the word here as for it being a pretty reliable and versatile idiot-proof means of burning isos. So that answers a couple of questions I might otherwise have asked.
You've still to answer a couple of questions I had in earlier Posts, and I have another 2 before signing off and I will be back on deck earlier tomorrow.
1. Is there an OS on the Lenovo at the moment, and if so, which and which version?
2. If there is another computer in the house, what is it running and which version?
Also, at that time, good news and bad news on the Nitrux, I took the Live version for a spin today, and I'll brief you on that next.
Earlier, while I was "doing some homework" I was messing around with the USB that I have nitrux on, and I put it in the ancient Dell laptop, and it showed a message. Screenshot to follow.... should I erase the USB, reformat it, and get a different iso, or just throw it all away and forget about learning this stuff? Lol, frustration has been my best friend today.