I use Windows, since it's all that i have and is great for gaming. but i like the MacOS too, i like the style of it and have a really cool OS X style theme on my windows install. I haven't tryed Linux at all, but my freind is getting a bunch of free linux CDs from somewhere and i'm getting some of them so i'll have to wait and see.
Windows XP all the way cant wait to try out XP 64bit although im worryed about 64bit drivers and crap
Windows is okay...but when Windows Longhorn comes out in '06, Windows will die! MUHAHAHAHA! Longhorn will suck!
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27th January 2004
yod@i prefer windows for gaming , just started using linux so need time to get adjusted
:withstupid: I only have Knoppix on a LiveCD, but thats good enough. I just need to push myself to learn how to "unleash the power :p" (learn some of the code). If I get a 2nd HD i might format it with Linux.
BTW, a bit of topic but still relevant to OS's. What the hell is the meaning of th busy sign on Mac OS X? A rainbow colored spining thing, how does this signify its busy processing?
It moves? lol idk.
Tiger is pretty good. But it still feels like I'm using a slightly reorganized version of Windows 3.1, with all those windows open and all...
They need a new GUI. It hasn't changed for 10 friggin' years!
I like there GUI than windows. lol I even moded linux to look like it is Mac os x lol.
USMA2010They need a new GUI. It hasn't changed for 10 friggin' years!
Eh!??? :deal: :rolleyes:
Windows Has not changed much either, BTW. There is still a Start Button, and it can't be moved to the opposite side of the screen.
As far as I can tell, Mac OS X has changed FAR MORE than Windows XP changed from Windows 2000.
That is comparing MacOS X to MacOS 9. I do think that The changes in MacOS X, and WinXP were for the worst...
Mac: Where is my Control Strip!??? The Menu Bar is completely ruined... :bawl:
WinXP: The first thing I do when I use WinXP, is to switch it back to the Classic theme, and folder views, and Start Menu layout.
I don't think I like the dock so much, either...
Hey, I've got Linux. I can put my File Menu in the Title bar, so it is just like MacOS 9. I liked that about Macs. It was always in the same place.
Then I can get full use out of a Taskbar that only takes up half the bottom of the screen (like the dock), and is hidden.
While I like the "feel" of Gnome, you just can't beat the customizability of KDE. :D