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Operating Systems

Operating Systems carljm has used:

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MS-DOS
Microsoft Windows
Windows 3.1
Windows 95
Linux
Windows NT 4.0
Windows NT
Red Hat Linux
Windows 98
Windows XP
Ubuntu
1992–1996
1994–2006
2006 was the year I stopped having Windows XP available as a dual-boot on my Linux machines. Now it's just in a rarely-used VM.
1994–1996
I don't think this belongs on a list of operating systems, but since it's here: I used it.
1995–1998
1995–
Started with RedHat Linux 4? or 5? Now use primarily Ubuntu.
1997–1998
Worked at a computer repair shop for a couple years in high school, used NT on my "bench machine." It was actually stable, unlike Win95/98.
1997–1998
1997–2005
My first introduction to Linux. Switched away when RH9 got end-of-lifed. Don't regret it. Don't particularly miss it either.
1998–2000
2000–2006
I still have this in a VM "just in case," but hardly ever boot it. Haven't really tried any newer Windows.
2006–