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View Poll Results: What version of Windows O.S are you using?
Windows 8 2 5.71%
Windows 7 23 65.71%
Windows Vista 3 8.57%
Windows XP 19 54.29%
Windows 2000 1 2.86%
Windows NT 4.0 0 0%
Windows 98 0 0%
Windows Me 0 0%
Other 1 2.86%
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Old 15. Feb 2012, 05:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What version of Windows O.S are you using? (multiple choice)

From Win98 to Win8 (presently in dev), what version of Windows are you using now?
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Old 15. Feb 2012, 05:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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win 7 but so far win xp has/is my favorite :S

even after a year on win 7, i find I can't do everything I want like i could in xp :S but because I don't have a x64 copy of xp and don't feel like spending money for it i'm using win7 lol

win7 is fine but just not as customizable as xp for me :S
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Windows XP will always be my favourite, except when am running High-end games or HD movies :-) That's when I switch to Win7.
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Me always trying to be avant-garde, so my choice is Windows 8 Developer, Windows 8 Consumer in 2 weeks.

XP, Vista and 7 when reviewing.
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Using multiple PCs with Windows 7 and Windows XP.

Out of the box I prefer Windows 7 over XP because so many small things are easier to do. But there is no great step forward in the interface so Microsoft have done a good job of keeping XP uptodate.
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Xp and in the near future Linux as well.
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Have used XP in the past, but has upgraded to Win 7 this year. Both are rock solid.
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I use a combination of Windows XP and Win7. I use Windows 7 on hardware that can support it. I have learned to tweak it to work mostly like Windows XP which makes me happy. Also I have less driver issues in Windows 7 which is another plus. However XP is still a major work horse for me.
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XP on family PC.
Kids use 7 on laptop.
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