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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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Dark Avenger
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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. 10.6 Snow Leopard
  2. 10.5 Leopard (10.4 Tiger.. 10.3 Panther.. whatever was most recent in OS X)
  3. Windows 7
  4. Ubuntu (various versions)
  5. Solaris
  6. Open BSD (Linux for grown ups)
  7. Windows 98 (yes) (win) (if it was less outdated, this would be higher up) (at one point, top of the list)
  8. Windows Xp (ew....)
  9. Damn Small Linux (it's 50MB big, c'mon, that's flippin sweet)
  10. Does MS-DOS count?
  11. Vista doesn't even belong here, but it was one some of my PC's before windows 7, so I can't lie.

answered Aug 06 '10 at 18:08

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  1. Ubuntu 10.4
  2. Mac os X snowleopard(primary)
  3. Ultra BSD 4.Windows XP 5.Windows 98 6.Windows 95(first OS) 7.Windows Vista 7-a.Windows 7(kernels basicaly the same as vista, also used for my game-comp) 8.Ubuntu 9.1beta 9.Xubuntu
  4. windows ME
(Aug 07 '10 at 00:03) wolferean1production wolferean1production's gravatar image
  1. Windows 7
  2. Windows Vista
  3. Windows 98
  4. Mac OS X
  5. Kubuntu
  6. Fedora
  7. openSuse
  8. Windows ME
  9. OpenSolaris
  10. Debian

Wost: Windows XP (Why: A truckload of viruses every day)

answered Aug 06 '10 at 19:18

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archaeme
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1) OS X

2) Windows 7

3) Windows XP

4) Ubuntu

5) Backtrack Linux

6) Chrome OS (Vanilla Builds)

7) Chrome OS

...

all the operating systems in the world + 1) Windows Vista/ME

answered Aug 28 '10 at 21:43

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edited Aug 29 '10 at 03:34

1- Windows 7

2- Mac OSX: Snow Leopard

3- Linux Ubuntu

4- Fedora

5 - Mint

6- Mac OSX Leopard

7- Mac OSX Tiger

8- Windows XP

9- Windows 98

10- Windows Vista

answered Aug 28 '10 at 21:51

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Patxi
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  1. Mac OS X - Snow Loepard
  2. Mac OS X - Leopard
  3. Mac OS 9
  4. Chrome OS
  5. Windows 7
  6. Windows Vista
  7. Windows XP
  8. Windows ME
  9. Windows 98
  10. Windows 95

This is a list of operating systems that I have used - I have had positive experiences will all of them!

*Note this is not in the order I would rate them

answered Sep 03 '10 at 21:14

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1: Windows 7 (Home Premium); 2: Windows XP Pro; 3: Windows Xp Home; 4: Commodore Amiga with WorkBench; 5: Windows Vista (Home Premium); 6: Windows 98 SE; 7: Windows Me; 8: Windows 3.1 9: Commodore 64 OS 10: Fedora

answered Sep 04 '10 at 03:25

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Geenome
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1) OSX Snow Leopard. 2) iOS 4.0 3) Windows 7 4) Windows XP 5) Android 6) Windows 98 7) Windows 3.1 8) Windows Vista 9) Windows ME 10) Atari ST OS called TOS (TOS = The Operating System)

answered Sep 04 '10 at 08:49

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Lee Wood
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1.OS X Snow Leopard 2.OS X Leopard 3.OS X Tiger 4.Windows 7 5.Windows XP 6.Mac OS 8.6 7.Ubuntu 10.4 8.Windows 98

I could only think of 8

answered Sep 04 '10 at 13:32

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Brady Kenniston
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i dont think i could name 10, but how about NeXTSTEP? have many used it?

answered Sep 04 '10 at 13:35

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Uelogy
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Windows xp pro

Windows 7

Linux ubuntu

That's it.

answered Sep 04 '10 at 14:11

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