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When was the last time you booted into Windows on your home machine?
When was the last time you booted into Windows on your home machine?
Today [ 8 ] ** [20.00%]
In the last week [ 7 ] ** [17.50%]
2 weeks ago [ 4 ] ** [10.00%]
1 month ago [ 4 ] ** [10.00%]
6 months ago [ 3 ] ** [7.50%]
1 year ago [ 2 ] ** [5.00%]
3 years ago or more [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
I used a different OS (OSX, etc.) [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
I'm in Windows now [ 12 ] ** [30.00%]
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post Nov 17 2004, 10:55 AM
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A lot of people try to 'kick' the Windows habbit, how successful are you? It's been a few weeks since i logged in, but i only ever use Windows at home from some games and iTunes.

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post Jun 25 2006, 09:32 PM
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QUOTE (beltucadros @ Jan 11 2005, 01:54 AM) *
windows also has the hardware support, but i think thats cause of the user base. the hardware companies know most people use windows so they dont worry about us in linux land, as much. ati has recently come around and started offerign support for its new cards. i personally am not a big game player, and the only real media i use is MP3's so as far as i am conserned linux kicks windows *ss

I totally agree. I only went back to windows in the past year or two because my ISP (AOL <-- teh suxx0rz) was not under my control (I'm 16 and live at home, my parents buy it).

I was able to *convince* them to get another ISP, and now Im back using linux -- for good this time. My PC is nowhere near being able to run any recent games (Compaq Presario 5410US), and it's the most powerful PC I've ever had, so gaming is totally out of the question for me. Everything I can do in windows, I can do in linux; and better.
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