I see! That explains the phenomenon we have wondered for years, when working as Windows reinstaller junkies. The question asked, what makes a decent hardware become so unusable with Windows over short and longer periods of time?
Now I understand that the frequency on patching Windows also ruins the underlaying assuptions made when producing "a nice working decent hardware". The common solution is to fix the hardware (slow hardware, sleep states working poorly, poor battery duration, a device not working after awake, irritating moments in prepared presentations where reboot is often the cure to rescue the presentation etc. etc. and after the presentation the laptop is returned for "repair") with buying new hardware, what keeps the wheels going for the group in the party.
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