[serious] How Linux on HDD is nearly as fast as Windows on SSD?


Looking for serious answers only. Please.

I was a windows fan. Used it for years. A few months back, my SSD crashed. Windows on HDD was too painful for me, so I switched to ubuntu then pop.

Except for boot time, Linux on hdd can match windows on ssd. I am talking about app load time, switching in between, multitasking and all.

How? And why hasn't windows copied it yet?

p.s. Package manager is a god send. Period. Just too good.

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