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    Recommendations for virus, malware, etc. protection

    No problem. I would recommend running both though. One may catch something the other is missing. I don't feel there is a single solution for malware and viruses, variety is good. I ran both Hitman pro and malware bytes to be extra sure and sometimes Hitman would find things malwatebytes missed...
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    Ubuntu - Factory Reset?

    To remove Linux and install Windows. Download the Windows 10 installation ISO from their website. Home version is free. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO The next step is to create a bootable USB thumbdrive with the Windows ISO on it. From Ubuntu...
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    Can not boot windows 10 from usb on HP elite book

    For sure, I will keep any password or sensitive information assistance restricted to manufacturer websites.
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    Can not boot windows 10 from usb on HP elite book

    Yeah, missed that part. Thanks
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    Recommendations for virus, malware, etc. protection

    Hitman Pro and Malwarebytes together seem to catch just about anything. If I was running Windows and wanted virus protection, those 2 are what I would use.
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    Alt plus F4 doesn't work

    Run task manager, find program you want to close and terminate it. Ctrl + Shift + Esc opens task manager. Once task manager is open select the processes tab. Find the program you want to close, select it, and click end task button on lower right.
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    Can not boot windows 10 from usb on HP elite book

    These methods may help. [inappropriate content deleted by mod]
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    Appears a screenshot of my entire screen is taken

    What OS are you using? Are you possibly hitting a shortcut key combination that takes a screenshot?
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    Macbook start up issue

    Try some of these startup key combinations: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201255
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    Deleting Windows

    If you install Linux on the C drive, it will erase Windows. Linux calls the C drive dev/sda, or something similar depending on your setup. If you run the Linux installer and point it to install to dev/sda, it will erase everything on drive C and replace it with Linux Mint. If you want to get rid...
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