Whats Your OS ?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Dark Shadow, Feb 21, 2008.

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  1. Dark Shadow

    Dark Shadow Registered Member

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    What operating system are you using now or plain on using.I am currently using XP

    1.Windows XP
    2.windows vista
    3.Linux
    4,Mac tiger
    5.mac leopard
    6.other
     
  2. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    One computer has XP and Im testing Vista on the other.

    If Vista behaves, it stays. If not, I just put back XP.
     
  3. ThunderZ

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    XP Pro on my laptop. XP 64 on my tower soon to be replaced\returned to XP 32 tweaked by nLite aided by ebooster and a WD Raptor. [MOVE]ZOOOOOOMMMMMMM....[/MOVE] :D
     
  4. clansman77

    clansman77 Registered Member

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    Archlinux 64 bit here
     
  5. farmerlee

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    Ubuntu 7.10 here. Also running Open SUSE 10.3 virtualized.
     
  6. mizar

    mizar Registered Member

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    After months of searching a linux distro i decided to go with Archlinux;). Also i have XP installed just for gaming.
     
  7. NGRhodes

    NGRhodes Registered Member

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    I am very OS agnostic, I pick whats best (and has the correct tools) for each job.
    I think this stems from Uni where we used Windows OR Mac desktops, but we remoted into Linux servers to do our work and I was still using my Amiga at home...

    At home I have an XP Pro laptop and a Server that Dual boots Debian and XP Pro.
    My works laptop and Development machine are both XP Pro.
    We have a mixture of Windows 2003 and Redhat Servers that we develop off and the network is a mixture of Windows and Novell servers.
     
  8. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    Currently, at home, using XP Pro and Ubuntu 7.10 as primary OSs. Testing another 10-15 distros at any given time. At work, using XP Pro.
    Mrk
     
  9. Old Monk

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    Hi

    Currently delving into linux.

    So at the moment....

    Triple booting

    1. Windows XP Home
    2. Wolvix
    3. Dreamlinux

    Thinking of never connecting to the internet again with Windows and therefore stripping it of all security software and related utilities. Don't suppose I'd need Windows patches either.

    Hope I'll still be allowed here though :D
     
  10. nixie21

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    PCLOS (pclinuxos) with XP in virtualbox.

    Loving LINUX!!!!
     
  11. Dieselman

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    XP on both my desktop and laptop. I refuse to spend $200 or more just to have Vista and all the problems that go with it. BTW my latop is new. Its a Dell WOW laptop and I had XP installed and not Vista.
     
  12. lodore

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    vista on my pc.
    xp on my old pc.
    i just hope service pack 1 fixes the main issues with vista.
     
  13. SourMilk

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    XP=lightning fast and razor sharp.
     
  14. TonyW

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    Windows XP Home here.
     
  15. Kerodo

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    I alternate between XP, 2k, 2k3 and Linux. Currently running Fedora 8.
     
  16. Riverrun

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    Ubuntu Gutsy but I have an XP laptop for work-related stuff.
     
  17. zapjb

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    Good choice!
     
  18. ashishtx

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    I am using Windows Vista on my desktop and Mac os Tiger on my Macbook pro.
     
  19. FastGame

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    XP Pro for games, PCLinuxOS for reality.
     
  20. EASTER

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    XP Professional exclusively, and if anyone tried to pawn off a Vista O/S on a machine i buy i'll just wipe it out for XP again. Thats the extent of my interest in the sub-par release named Vista. Don't need it nor even want it.
     
  21. mata7

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    i have vista on 3 pc on my house
     
  22. chrisretusn

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    4 computers, #1 has XP Pro SP2, #2 has Solaris 10 (x64), #3 has Slackware 12.0, #4 has eCS 1.5. I am thinking of adding a Mac to the collection.
     
  23. Brian N

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    XP, I don't like Vista at all.
     
  24. polyglory

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    Xp Pro and happy with it:D
     
  25. steve161

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    Ubuntu 7.10 at the moment. I have been bouncing between that and PCLinuxOS, and sometimes dual booting with both. I had xp home and liked it, but I lost the recovery partition the first time I did a full recovery, got pissed, wiped my hd and went linux. Easier and cheaper to recover when I botch my system by "optimizing" it.
     
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