Hello! I'm a Windows user since always, but lately I've been learning programming and I discovered that Linux is widely promoted by programmers, apparently is easier to program once you learn how to manage yourself in Linux, also, my PC is not very powerfull for standards nowadays (AMD Sempron 1.6 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 150 GB HDD, ATI Radeon 3200HD Graphics) and Windows 10 runs a little (sometimes very) laggy. I read that some Linux distros are a lot lighter, being Elementary OS one of them, so I decided to give it a shot. Created a Dual-Boot (assigned 25GB of my already limited disk space to Elementary's partition) before making any forthright decision, and thank god I did, because Elementary runs worse than Windows in my PC. I have noticed that animation's fluidity, transitions, and perfomance overall is heavily reduced, making Windows look like a freaking rocket. I'm not saying that Elementary OS is definetely worse, but I would really like an explanation of why does this happen and how can solve it. I don't think the minimal space I assigned to Elementary's partition would affect on perfomance, as I have read that you would need to have less than RAM's capacity on storage to notice some relevant decay, due to lack of space for virtual memory. Besides, it's said to be a light distro, capable of running on much older computers, so this perfomance is really dissapointing. If you need any other info about my PC specs or whatever, please tell me.