dealing with the stupid disk at 100% issue. I swear this error is popping up on multiple windows computers more often.
I blame Windows Updates.
lol yea. i got them on 1903 but they are slow as heck. i could throw in an ssd but i'm quite sure thats not solving the issue.
Solving the issue is to remove Windows.
If the disk is at 100%, what processes are using it.
If the processes are "normal" things that the user requires, then an SSD will resolve the issue.
It will solve the issue the same way a faster processor solves the issue of a processor being the bottleneck. That said - I do agree - SSD is likely the best course here, they are super cheap today $35/256 GB drives...
yea, i threw in the ssd lmao. I feel like me trying to figure it out will be more expensive than just chucking in the ssd.