Your choice.. I still think you may have a corrupt installation medium [have you tested it in another machine?]or should I change my distribution
topcommand. This tool runs continuously and you'll need to use
CTRL + Cwhen you're ready to stop it. Boot up fresh, run
topin a terminal and watch it for awhile. Get familiar with the screen (upper and lower) and what it shows you. Watch the %MEM and %CPU values changing in the lower section and what apps are using those resources. Start to run your favorite programs and keep watching the
topscreen. If you find one particular app to be a problem... can you remove it and use another?
top, not the entire OS. But you did have some issues installing Zorin, so a reinstall can't hurt either.
I didn't meant the entire OS tho but actually the problem is solvedBy "remove it and use another"... I meant any problem app that you might find with
top, not the entire OS