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    I understand that. I have 2 kids and one is 1yo I put it in chat originally for more exposure but it does fit better here.
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    I forgot to add, Blender seems to work a lot better on my Linux (Ubuntu Studio) than it does Windows, but I haven't tried it on Windows 10, yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLW210 View Post
    I forgot to add, Blender seems to work a lot better on my Linux (Ubuntu Studio) than it does Windows, but I haven't tried it on Windows 10, yet.
    I still use win7 and it runs well for me. It ran a whole lot better once i turned on HyperThreading though. Especially for renders and physics stuff. I have an overclocked 6 core machine so 12 total cores when HT is on running at 4.15gHz. I was able to do renders in a few seconds and particle physics stuff fairly quick as well. Water simulation for an animation took many hours. I foolishly tried to simulate dropping something into a tank of water and bake the entire animation. learned that lesson 12hrs later when the results were not what i wanted
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