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    Surprised there isn't many OSX users. I'm using Mountain Lion and Windows XP. Coudn't ever leave windows for good lol
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    Windows 7 here...
    I am planing to move to Windows 8, but i have installed SO MANY programs, that would take days to complete the new installation and all the settings...

    About XP, i was also a big fan of this OS. I tried Vista 2-3 times. but Vista was bullshit and i was moving back to XP over and over again !
    When i tried Windows 7, i thought "wow, what the hell !!!" and i stuck on this OS. The best OS i have ever tried. As good as i could never imagine. Now i can't work on XP for more than 10 minutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTrader View Post
    Windows 7 here...
    I am planing to move to Windows 8, but i have installed SO MANY programs, that would take days to complete the new installation and all the settings...

    About XP, i was also a big fan of this OS. I tried Vista 2-3 times. but Vista was bullshit and i was moving back to XP over and over again !
    When i tried Windows 7, i thought "wow, what the hell !!!" and i stuck on this OS. The best OS i have ever tried. As good as i could never imagine. Now i can't work on XP for more than 10 minutes
    same here, using W7, planning to install W8 and UNix, but worrying about 383 seeding torrents.

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    Doing Windows 8 Pro this year, with a new purchase of my Quad core PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTrader View Post
    Windows 7 here...
    I am planing to move to Windows 8, but i have installed SO MANY programs, that would take days to complete the new installation and all the settings...

    About XP, i was also a big fan of this OS. I tried Vista 2-3 times. but Vista was bullshit and i was moving back to XP over and over again !
    When i tried Windows 7, i thought "wow, what the hell !!!" and i stuck on this OS. The best OS i have ever tried. As good as i could never imagine. Now i can't work on XP for more than 10 minutes
    I currently don't recommend Windows 8. If you liked the simplity and smooth running of XP and it's true descendant Windows 7, Windows 8 is not for you. I tried it, it has better features, but it was like I was tired of it after 2 hours.

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    Mac OSX.

    It was always Windows though up until last summer.

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    i use Windows XP and 7 on my different computers

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    I use Windows 7 on my gaming desktop PC and OSX Mountain Lion on my macbook

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    It would be Ubuntu.

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    Currently using Win7...

    I don't think upgrading to Win8 is worth it, even with discounts... the GUIs are of course stunning, but it departs too much from Win7 to allow smooth upgrade...


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