Windows, MacOS or Linux?

Lucian Hodoboc

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Which one do you use on your personal computer / laptop, and why?
 

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I use Windows because that's what my husband is used to using and he's my IT guy when things need fixing :D
 

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I use Windows.

I can't really be bothered with changing everything I've ever used to run Apple and don't really feel like learning a whole new system to put Linux on. Maybe some day I will but until then I'll stick with Windoze.
 

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MacOS on my laptop, phone and watch. I have been using Macs for close to 20 years now.
 

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Linux and I have a desktop with Windows 7, there is one program which the vendor will not support Linux that I need once a year.
 

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Linux for several years. So glad I made the switch. Why? I was sick of Microsoft's backdoor access, it's general security issues and distaste for bullying and software theft of it's founder. A whole lot of people have put their time and effort into making not only a free operating system, but lots of free software with no strings attached, for the sake of goodwill and universal access and even perhaps to stick Microsoft in it's evil corporate eye, all of which are reasons I smile at.
 
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