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Jul - Computers and Technology - What's your OS(es)? New poll - New thread - New reply
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Lyskar
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Posted on 02-06-12 08:46:56 PM Link | Quote
Sort of curious what people use here, since the people here are generally more technically able than average and so the answer is not as likely to be boring.

For me, I use Windows 7 x64, and Windows XP x32, and on an Android touchpad I have, some old Android 2.3 or something.
Nicole

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Posted on 02-06-12 08:47:58 PM Link | Quote
Mac OS X 10.7
Windows Vista
Palm OS "Garnet"

Dunno if that is really much of an interesting answer...
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Posted on 02-06-12 08:58:12 PM Link | Quote
I have Windows 7 on this computer and on my rarely-used laptop. My tablet has Android 3.1.
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Posted on 02-06-12 09:01:47 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Nicole
Mac OS X 10.7
Windows Vista
Palm OS "Garnet"

Dunno if that is really much of an interesting answer...


Actually it is. I'm surprised any Palm devices see much use anymore.

This and when all the answers are tallied, I can get an idea of the average operating system used by an average Jul user.
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Posted on 02-06-12 09:03:14 PM Link | Quote
I've got Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) and Windows 7 Business x64. The former is my daily use OS, the latter I use for messing around and wasting time.
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Posted on 02-06-12 09:09:58 PM Link | Quote
Windows XP Home Edition, 32-bit

Currently running a Live CD of Ubuntu 11.04 to help with getting me working on stuff that really does matter to me. Definitely appears to be working better than XP to some extent.
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Posted on 02-06-12 09:46:39 PM Link | Quote
- Mac OS X, 10.7.3 on MacBook Pro
- Mac OS X, 10.5.8 on iBook G4, Power Mac G4, Power Mac G5
- Mac OS X, 10.4.11 on iBook G4, Power Mac G4, Power Mac G5
- Windows XP SP3, x86 on custom tower
- Windows 7 (Ultimate) SP1, x86 on Aspire One
- Windows 7 (Home Premium) SP1, x86 on Fujitsu tablet
- Arch Linux (feat. openbox+tint2 and Xfce) on Aspire One and custom tower (and on server, though without X server)
- DSLinux on... well, DS Lite
- iOS 5.0.2, jailbroken, on iPod touch 4

I use too many different things help
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Posted on 02-06-12 10:16:49 PM Link | Quote
OS X 10.7.x on my 2010 Mac mini
W7 Pro x64 on my generic jumble-of-random-parts PC
iOS 5.x on my iPhone 3GS and my iPad 2
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Posted on 02-07-12 12:45:09 AM Link | Quote
Home Computer: Windows XP SP 3
Laptop: Mac OS X 10.5.8
Virtual Machine: see Home Computer


I plan to upgrade the home computer to Windows 7 if it becomes too unusable (dang damaged motherboard). In the meantime, I use constant periodic file transfers to ensure that everything that is on my home computer is on my laptop in some way, making it a portable mirror.
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Posted on 02-07-12 01:27:37 AM Link | Quote
===Desktop===
Linux (Gentoo) 3.2.2-pf 64bit
Windows 7 ultimate 64bit

===Laptop===
Linux (Gentoo) unknown 64bit (needs updating)
Windows 7 home premium 64bitt

Cyanogenmod on the droid 2
Blackberry Tablet OS on the Playbook
Zero One
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Posted on 02-07-12 04:59:09 AM (last edited by Zero One at 02-07-12 05:19 AM) Link | Quote
Windows 7 x64 on my PC and laptop and Natty Narwhal Linux on a partition on my PC. Tempted to remove it, because I never use it, but

Oh, and Android 2.2 on my phone.
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Posted on 02-07-12 05:17:45 AM Link | Quote
Windows 7 ultimate x64 on my stationary computer.

And a custom rom based on Android 2.2 on my mobile.


Nothing amazing here, should probably upgrade my phone though.
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Posted on 02-07-12 10:38:39 AM Link | Quote
- Windows XP Professional SP3 on my home computer
- Windows XP Professional SP2 on my older computer (rarely used)
- Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit at work (yes, all computers at work here run home editions )

Also a few virtual machines I rarely use (MacOS 7.5.3 and 9.0.4, various Windows versions), but no phone or anything
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Posted on 02-07-12 06:55:27 PM Link | Quote
I only use Win 7 Home 64 bit.

It get's me from point A to B. Really good OS.
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Posted on 02-07-12 07:31:31 PM (last edited by dotUser at 06-03-14 08:06:06 PM) Link | Quote
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Posted on 02-08-12 11:59:30 AM Link | Quote
Crunchbang (#!), Mint, and Windows 7

Sorry Ubuntu, you went too far...
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Posted on 02-08-12 06:56:34 PM (last edited by AlexAR at 02-08-12 06:57 PM) Link | Quote
Desktop: Used 70% of computer time
Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Netbook: 25%
Windows 7 Starter 32 bit

Laptop: 5%
Dell 500 something
Windows Vista 32 bit
(This thing is crap, both hardware and the OS)

I was only ever exposed to Windows systems growing up, so its naturally my OS of choice because of familiarity, and to be honest, other than Vista, Windows has been good to me. We use different Linux systems at work..but I don't consider them "mine."
Ninji

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Posted on 02-08-12 10:40:08 PM Link | Quote
On my desktop:

Arch Linux 64-bit with KDE (Main OS)
Windows XP Professional 32-bit (Used in a VM to run Windows apps)
Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (Have touched it about 3 times in the past year)


On my netbook (not used much):

Linux Mint 8
Windows XP Home 32-bit


On my phone: iOS 5.0.1 (jailbroken)



I'm boring. Oh well.
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Posted on 02-12-12 07:19:06 PM Link | Quote
Windows 7 (x64)

I also run Ubuntu 9.04 and another newer version in VMs when I need to use linux for school work.
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Posted on 02-14-12 03:50:54 PM Link | Quote
Desktop: Windows XP Professional SP3 32-bit
- Dosbox: Windows 3.1
Laptop: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
PDA: Pocket PC 2002
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