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Name your top 10 operating systems let it be linux, mac, windows

Here are mine:

  1. MacOsX (first place :D)
  2. Kubuntu (the KDE version of ubuntu)
  3. Windows 7
  4. Ubuntu
  5. Solaris
  6. Windows xP
  7. Zorin Os
  8. Linux XP (or trustverse linux)
  9. Linux Mint
  10. Windows 98

999.999.999.999. Windows Vista and Windows ME they are just fails

asked Jul 02 '10 at 13:40

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edited Sep 06 '10 at 16:32

Windows XP should ALWAYS be above Windows 7.

(Aug 23 '11 at 07:13) nickjuly4 nickjuly4's gravatar image

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  1. Mac OS X
  2. Ubuntu
  3. Windows 7
  4. Windows XP
  5. Linux Mint

Everything else > Windows 8 > Windows ME > Windows Vista

answered Aug 20 '11 at 16:31

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edited Apr 02 '12 at 01:08

  1. Windows 7
  2. Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  3. Windows XP
  4. Ubuntu
  5. Mac OS X Leopard
  6. Windows 2000
  7. Windows 98
  8. Windows NT 4
  9. Windows 95
  10. Mac OS 9

answered Aug 20 '11 at 18:19

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I hafta say, for me, it was a close race for 1st between Win& & OS X SL.

(Aug 20 '11 at 19:49) NeoHavock NeoHavock's gravatar image
1)  Mac OS 10.7.1 Lion
2)  Windows 7
3)  Mac OS 10.6.8 Snow Leopard
4)  Windows XP
5)  Ubuntu 11.04
6)  Kubuntu 11.04
7)  ChromiumOS
8)  Linux Mint
9)  Windows 98SE
10) Windows 2000

answered Aug 20 '11 at 19:21

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Weird formatting fail... LOL

(Aug 20 '11 at 19:22) PCLinux7 PCLinux7's gravatar image
  1. Backtrack Linux.
  2. Fedora Linux. I'd use it, but my video card drivers don't work (screw you too, ATI) and I can't play WoW through Wine.
  3. Mac OS X. It's pretty nifty, and I end up using it most of the time.
  4. Ubuntu Linux. It's Backtrack, without the hacking tools. It's alright, I guess.
  5. Slackware Linux. It's a pretty nice distro, but I had issues with wireless, so I left.
  6. Gentoo. I don't like it. But, I don't really use too many OS's. So, this makes the list de facto.
  7. Windows Vista. I hate all forms of Windows, but I have to fill out this list somehow.

answered Aug 20 '11 at 22:42

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  1. Windows 7
  2. Windows 2000
  3. Windows 98
  4. Red Hat
  5. Windows 95
  6. Ubuntu
  7. Mac OS X 10.6
  8. Fedora
  9. Windows XP
  10. Windows Vista

answered Aug 22 '11 at 06:02

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  1. Mac OSX Lion
  2. Mac OSX Snow Leopard
  3. Mac OSX Leopard
  4. iOS
  5. Windows XP
  6. Windows 7

thats all really, not much interest in any other OS

answered Aug 22 '11 at 07:42

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General OS

1 Mac OS X Lion

2 Mac OS X Snow Leopard

3 Mac OS X Leopard

4 Ubuntu 10.04

5 Windows 7

6 Mac OS X Tiger

7 Windows XP

8 Linux Mint

Server OS

1 Windows Server 2003

2 Windows Server 2000

3 Mac OS X Server (Lion/Snow Leopard/Leopard)

Mobile OS

1 iOS 4

2 Windows Phone 7

3 Android 3.1

Tablet OS

1 Android 3.1

2 iOS 4

3 WebOS (RIP)

answered Aug 22 '11 at 10:02

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  1. Windows 7
  2. Ubuntu
  3. Debian
  4. Linux Mint
  5. BackTrack

Others are not worth mentioning in this post. I did'n put OsX here cause i haven't tried it yet so i can't tell if it is good.

answered Aug 22 '11 at 10:17

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Do I even know 10 operating systems?

answered Aug 22 '11 at 10:21

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 1. windows 7(64 bit)
 2. Windows vista(post sp1)
 3. mandriva linux
 4. windows xp
 5. windows 98(no se or me)

5 is all i can really come up with.

answered Aug 22 '11 at 10:34

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edited Aug 22 '11 at 10:38

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