Discussion in 'General Chat' started by cammhill, Oct 9, 2010.
I'm still using XP because I like its simplicity.
I held my office back to XP for years, because I didn't want to get stuck upgrading all my peripherals or drivers at once. Lately, we've pretty much replaced all our peripherals just through the natural course of things, so we're moving toward Windows 7 one machine at a time. Windows 7 works well enough with our XP machines.
yes..i agree with you...i also use windows 7 ultimate and ubuntu linux as dual boot....
me too...i use windows 7 and ubuntu linux 10.10 as dual boot....
Windows xp. Kickin it old school
I'm back to using Windows XP.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, Ubuntu Linux Each on its own box. OSX, different linux flavors, Server 2008, in VM's
I mostly use Win XP... but Win 7 seems more productive... I'm surprised to see vista in the list, lol Either downgrade to XP or upgrade to 7 dudes...
According to my work currently I’m using windows XP.
Windows 7 is great, I have it on all my computers.
I am using windows 7 now.
Recently started using windows7 and it is been a great experience so far. But have a little bad feeling about I couldn’t use windows7 before, because I thought windows xp is the best.
Dual boot Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx
I mostly use Windows 7. It supports most software applications.
I recently formatted my laptop and now I'm using Windows 7 operating system. I find the graphical user interface cool and awesome because it's much faster compared to Windows Vista.
Which Operating System Are You Using
Windows 7 is the best operating system as i know so far, most of its options are so user friendly...........
Currently I’m using windows 7, because the os was really simple to use with my workplace perform.
On laptop i have windows xp while on computer I have windows xp.
I am currently using Windows 7 Ultimate.
From last month I have started to use Windows 7, it’s really awesome operating system and I really like its user interface and graphics.
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