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Operating Systems

Operating Systems Da_Nuke has used:

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MS-DOS
Windows 3.1
Windows 98
Windows XP
Ubuntu
Windows 2000
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Debian
1993–1998
This was the OS I learned to use when I was a kid.
1993–1998
Used it along with MS-DOS when I was a kid.
1998–2002
Got it on my first computer ever...
2002–2011
I've been using this OS for a total of 9 years. First on a new computer I got in 2002, then on a computer I built for me in 2007, then on a netbook I bought in 2008. I currently use Windows 7 on my home computer but I do miss the extreme blazing fucking fast speed of Windows XP...
2005–
First time I used it was in 2007 when I took a class in which I had to use Linux. Someone said it Just Works, and since I was swamped with homework at the time I installed it and yes, it Just Worked right out of the box. I've been meaning to move to something more advanced because we all know this ease of use is at the expense of system bloat, but I don't have time to learn anything more...
2006–2007
One day I decided to install Windows 2000 on my aging computer because it was similar deep inside to Windows XP. Lo and behold, my computer was actually fast, and since Telmex's DSL modem has an actually useful firewall, I was safe.
2008
THE BIGGEST FUCKING PILE OF STEAMING SHIT I'VE EVER USED. SLOW AS FUCKING BALLS AND BLOATED AS FUCK. PLEASE GIVE ME BACK THE AFTERNOON I WASTED INSTALLING THAT PIECE OF SHIT. D:
2010–
My college gives away free licenses for Microsoft products, so I gave it a spin. It's faster than Vista, but still bombs if you have less than 2 GB of RAM. You might say everybody nowadays has that, but this is only in the First World, it's 2011 and in Mexico you still see people who can't afford anything better than a 2 GHz Pentium 4...
2011
Only used it once on my multimedia transmission class and it was only for the Asterisk soft phone exchange.