For several years we’ve run a Linux/Windows dual boot on the living room computer. I’d rather stick with Linux, but Windows sometimes (rarely) does things which are awkward in Linux.
Since it’s been a couple of years since the machine was set up with Ubuntu/Windows 7, a clean install was overdue.
As was a move to a more up-to-date version of Windows. Installing Windows 10 was surprisingly painless, although it was still a lot slower to get up and running than Linux.
Yes, it did take a while.
Ubuntu, on the other hand, was really quick. Which was impressive since that included the dual boot setup and the programs that need to be installed separately in Windows.
Yes, it is fast.
A larger area of wall was tackled today. As with previous sections, the outer wall was in a terrible state.
So some rebuilding was necessary.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to complete the job. The heavens opened just as I was running low on cement. The rain was so heavy, mixing more was out of the question.
This presented a problem in that I’d removed a very large piece of stone, exposing the garden of the house behind ours.
Yes, the black stuff is compacted soil. While I fear that our neighbour’s garden may fall into our shed, I shall try to leave work early enough one day to complete the job.
While on the subject, the large stone was too heavy to lift.
And the pile of stone in the garden has grown a little.