karatedog
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why Ubuntuone takes 4GB of RAM memory
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Because you interpret 'used memory' the wrong way. In Linux unused memory = bad memory, so Linux tries to use every available memory if possible. An example is caching. This memory can be freed up ...

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Samsung SSD performance in Linux
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I am using a Samsung EVO850 1TB under Windows 10 and native Ubuntu 14.04, and I did not experience any performance degradation neither on Linux nor under Windows with Magician turned off. Which means ...

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Ubuntu cannot create partitions when I try to install
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Your disk is probably FUBAR. Do you have USB3 port on that laptop and an USB3 external disk (or pendrive). Try installing Ubuntu to the external drive, while removing the internal one. If you still ...

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Partitioning with Windows 7, no free space
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If you installed Windows with click-click-finish mode, then it took up all your space for Windows the way you mentioned. You have to repartition the main partition (the largest) inside Windows (right-...

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