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February 24, 2016, 05:17
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Much stable. So user friendly. Very good. Wow.
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November 24, 2018, 10:22
PB
Defender of the faith
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Internet Explorer
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March 11, 2020, 17:35
Rincewind
programmer
1517 posts

To revive this topic a little bit...

Windows 10 Pro. It came on a bootable USB-stick instead of discs. It holds good features, like multiple desktops (as in linux) and an "old open files" list that goes back a lot of days. There is a search button to search the computer. And I like that the start bar is back. I am using the bar to display RSS feeds on. My HP computer has a type of instant boot-up to Windows, it boots in 2 seconds.

There are a lot of settings on this version of Windows, basically an old control panel and settings menus. Like it or not! :yay:
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May 11, 2020, 17:28
OScoder
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1338 posts
It's all about the gentoo :aharr:

Not cause it's good, it just pisses me off the least of everything I've tried :lol:
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October 26, 2020, 06:57
DTM
Earthling!
815 posts

linux mint :D
mostly because I got used to ubuntu and I like the Cinnamon desktop. Then Ubuntu turned in to some abomination that looked like a mobile OS. (You can actually have applications as separate in the taskbar in Cinnamon like good old Windows XP)
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December 3, 2020, 13:27
Rincewind
programmer
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We use Ubuntu 18 at programming daycare. It is basically unclear that it is Ubuntu from the logos used when starting up the computer. It works with... KDE, with a white type of skin. When I updated KDE I lost my side bar setting. I had a well set side bar on the right, with quick start programs, a search, lock, and logout buttons.
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