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Is Linux better than Windows in RAM usage or RAM management ? Both Linux and Windows are full multitasking operating systems that use virtual memory.
If the operating system does not have enough space of physical memory, it use swap memory. swapping means that if your actual RAM is totally used, the operating system will take some of the memory from RAM and copy them into the hard disk or SSD.
To know if Ubuntu is better than Windows or not, we should compare important points. Here is a table of Ubuntu vs. Windows 10 comparison.
Ubuntu Windows 10 price free 🆓 paid 💰 Security more secure 🔒 less secure 🙅♂️ Privacy great 👍 bad 👎 Performance better than Windows medium System Resources use less resources consumes alot of resources Updating better ❤️ horrible 👿 Live USB available by default on bootable USB sticks no Open Source yes 🧑💻 no Reliability and Stability stable black screen of death ☠️ and blue screens 🤦🏻 Options and Choices too many Linux distros, too many desktop environments, .
You can use final cut pro x or iMovie on Mac OS, or Camtasia Studio or Adobe Premiere Pro or DaVinci Resolve on Windows, or DaVinci Resolve or Blender or Kdenlive or ShotCut on Any Linux distro. But I prefer command line tools.
Install mkvtoolsnix or use HomeBrew to install it : brew install --with-qt5 mkvtoolnix. Use mkvinfo to get the audio track IDs that you want. command like this mkvinfo *.
use the dedicated button on keyboard There is a PrtSc button, or Print Screen, or Prt Scr, or similar name. Press this button, and open Paint program and press ctrl+v to paste the screenshot image.
capture the active window To take a screenshot of the currently active window, just press Alt + PrtScn then paste the screenshot image in Paint program or Photoshop or any other image editing / creating program.