Windows, Mac or Linux?

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    • #1872
      msaqib
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      I use windows 2000 for my personal use, but one of my friend uses Red Hat Linux for his personal use.
      Every day we have arguments about which is the best. I just want to know what other people think is the best. If you want to post the OS you think is the best and a reason (optional) on this form. This will finally prove that windows is the best!!!! (I am only looking for peoples opinion)
      Saqib

    • #3120
      Anonymous
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      What is ‘Best’ ? In what respect ?
      If a user can find one task which can only be done by one but not by the others, then that one is the “best” for that moment, for that user. As always, “The Best Is Yet To Be.”

    • #3121
      will
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      wel its an endless discussion that what is best?
      Answer to this question would be
      Both are best (for the one who is using it) :)
      Any how different people may have different ideas?
      Lets see how people think about it?

    • #3122
      martinnitram
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      well it depeneds on your needs. Windows is good for software because, so much software is built for it. On the other hand linux is good for programmers(what i heard) and it is gets its secureness because it is unix based. Mac is for graphics mostly, cause it supports firewire and there is lots of good multimedia software for it. I use windows xp mostly beause i have some games and i use swift 3d.
      i gotta run cya later.

    • #3123
      ChastitQuilty
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      I use Win 7 it came with the Laptop
      If it was as i wish i still would use Win Xp

    • #3124
      ScotHutchinson
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      The switch from Windows XP to Vista has created a world of opportunity — not only for Microsoft, but for supporters of competing operating systems. While Microsoft is hoping it can move its customers easily to a new version of Windows,

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