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    Default Your favorite Operating Systems
    What are your favorite operating systems?
    Mine:

    1. Leopard
    2. Ubuntu Linux
    4. Kubuntu Linux
    3. Mandriva Linux

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    1. Leopard
    2. Ubuntu
    3. Fedora 8
    4. Windows XP
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    XP all the way, OS X looks ok but it just isn't as widely used as XP. Although Apple have the edge in MP3 Players cos the Zune sucks.
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    i'd love to know why microsoft decided to call there windows 2002/3 XP I mean come on its one of the txt faces of someone squinting their eyes and sticking out their tongue. Basically blowing a raspberry. It must be titled to apple which is why they did OX which looks like a face the other way, eyes squinting going oohh. blooming os comapnys were just being childish weren't they!?!
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    ......No.
    The XP means "eXPerience", just leave it as that.

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    1. Newton OS
    2. XP
    3. iPhone OS X
    4. Leopard
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    1) Leopard
    2) Windows XP
    3) Ubuntu Linux

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    1. Leopard
    2. Windows Vista
    3. Knoppix Live CD (Linux)
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    Im loving the support for Leopard and Linux.

    I'm gonna stick my neck out here, but.. I actually like Vista. Yes, its slow and everything but, when you use it so regularly it becomes a part of life and it just becomes a norm and I just got used to it now.

    Leopard on my Macbook has crashed on my twice where as my Vista PC has never crashed.

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    i hear you about vista it does take some gettting used to but i think i got it pretty much down now. but i sure do miss XP. XP is def my fav
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    Leopard, then Red Hat, then Free BSD.

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    Ubuntu is myy first choice, once you get it to work for you. Ubuntu is designed more for the average windows user but i have to compile my own WIFI drivers and run network diagnostics and etc. once you know the cmd any gnome/gtk linux is fun. I know ubuntu the best so ill say thats my first choice followed by 10.4 because ive not been able to use 10.5
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    i wud list my user preference as:
    1. Win Xp SP3
    2. Win Vista Ultimate (current OS, really like the GUI and visual effects but overall has quite a few bugs still)
    3. Leopard (actually i dont see the big fuss about this OS)

    havent used any other so cant comment on those.

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