Which operating system are you fond of,Mac,Windows or Linux?

@nocovi (517)
China
May 16, 2008 9:59am CST
Apple released its new Mac OS-Leopard last year,and it has become popular,while Vista is not so popular though Microsoft has a bet on it.And Linux is becoming more and more popular in recent years.Which OS are you fond of,and why?
4 responses
@elsoft12 (1825)
• India
16 May 08
I have not used Mac and Linux.That reduces my choice to one Windows.Windows XP was good and when it comes to GUI.Vista is definetely better than XP.However Vista is stuck for its own reasons. Nevertheless,there is a much better chioce for the consumers to choose from.Customer is the King...isnt it?
@mimico (3618)
• Philippines
16 May 08
I've never tried using Linux so i can't comment on that. As for Mac, I've tried it a few times and it was a little confusing. I don't like that there is no printscreen function, but the graphics is very good. The 3d-esque display as well as the applications that allow you to make better powerpoint presentations and movies are enviable. Nevertheless, Windows is my favorite . I've been using it for almost a decade and it hasn't given me any problems at all. I'ts very user-friendly and easy to understand. I'm current;y using Windows Vista which I was originally apprehensive about because of all the negative reviews, but once I started using it, I never thought about XP again. It took me only a few days to master the new setup using Vista and I have to say that it's awesome1 I love Windows! Windows forever!
• India
8 Jun 08
There's a print screen function in Mac OS X.. You have to go for a multiple key command. Its Command Shift 3. bourne
• Greenland
13 Jun 08
linux for sure :P
• India
8 Jun 08
Well, I use Leopard and Windows the same time and I have to tell that after switching to Leopard, windows seems a bit low. very low indeed. I love Mac OS X. It just rocks.. bourne
@pterion (419)
• India
16 May 08
I like to play around with Linux distros...you know, just to get to know it and find its capabilities...have tried Mandriva and OpenSuse...its good for a while but then something else takes up space in my head n' i lose interest...Windows partition is always present, bcos you have to face the fact that in order to get things done you gotta run Windows, you know like major games and things like that...I dont know but Windows always looks soo inviting...Linux GUI has a loong way to go...never been able to try MacOS coz i'm too poor to afford their machine...lol..[does MacOS run on any hardware other than Apple Macs??]...thats all.