Migrate from Windows 10 to Cloudready. Some questions.

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  • Forrest Smith

    Hi Emanuel,


    CloudReady won't play Windows games, as a general rule. It is built to be used almost 100% as a web browser, with only some add ons for things like Linux apps (via Crostini or Flatpaks) or other specialized Chrome apps.

     

    You may still be able to access your HDDs after writing CloudReady to your SSD, but that doesn't mean the data will be useful to you. Applications, saved states of games, and many file types won't be open-able on CloudReady because the browser won't be able to work with them.

    If you do proceed, you should also be very careful installing - unplug any HDD or SSD except the one you want to erase.

  • Emanuel.

    Thank you very much for your reply. The files saved in the other disks as word and pdf if I can use them? Thank you and regards!

  • Forrest Smith

    Hi,

    There's a built-in PDF reader, so that's fine. If you want to view MS Word docs you'll need this extension:

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/office-editing-for-docs-s/gbkeegbaiigmenfmjfclcdgdpimamgkj

  • Emanuel.

    Thanks a lot! Topic solved! Best regards.

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