Had been running Ubuntu 16.04 on the laptop lately. Until a couple of years ago I was running Antergos, but as time went by it seemed like there were more and more issues. So today I made up my mind to quit Ubuntu and try an Arch install, as Spatry would say, the Arch way. It wasn't nearly as hard as I thought. Have to give credit to LearnLinuxTV and Spatry of course. Spent quite a bit of time today watch their latest videos on installing Arch, but it was well worth it. XFCE has never been more snappy and ran better for me. And wow is the memory usage low, less than 400MB at boot up. Sorry for not having posted in a long time, although I do check the new posts many times every day. Have a nice day or evening everyone depending on where you're at when you read this.