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Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by simonfrat123, Feb 10, 2016.
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10 of those tiny soft windows
Damn it! You Got Meh.
I was using Oracle Virtualbox.
And i'm using Windows 7 Professional
if you really want windows 2000,
im using win10
Debian with cinnamon.
the newest of course - windows 10 (unsure of what version though)
I'm putting Mint with KDE on a random other computer soon.
what the hell why are you running windows 2000 as your main os in 2016, you can get viruses pretty easy.
2007 PC - windows XP and windows 10. Yes, MSI motherboards have very long support.
Why would you still run XP? It's been unsupported for years.
Desktop: Windows 10 w/ dual boot Linux (Finding out which distro I like atm)
Netbook: Debian 8.3 LXDE
I'd really like to use some Linux distribution as my main OS, but there's just not enough support for hardware/drivers/games at the moment to make it worthwhile. I am dual booting now so I can learn my way around after using Windows for 8 or 9 years.
Windows 10 Pro
totally plausible. on older machines(which he owns). i run unix 3.2 on a 1989 box, msdos, windows 98 on a couple desktops and laptops, windows 3.1 on a couple desktops and some laptops, windows 2000 on an ancient hp. Mac os 7.5 and older along with mac os8 and 9, OSX, windows 10 on main machine, windows 8 on two laptops, android on phone
i have tried beOS as well, along with satanic linux, justin beiber linux, and hannah Montanah linux. Would not recommend the last two.
he just wants to have it alongside windows 10
Windows 95 server
nah bro. We have windows 7 on our family computer and I have windows 8(.1?) on my laptop. I don't want windows 10, too buggy
what do you mean what? I had it and there was too many problems that affected me to make it a feasible upgrade. It's more of a downgrade to be honest. I'm just fine with windows 8
Windows 8.1 with license in the gaming pc (not convinced about windows 10)
Linux Mint Cinnamon 17.1 in the laptop and Ubuntu 14.04 in my server
I think Win10 is better at exactly the parts that I didn't like about Win8. Starting with the nicer layout.