I just use Windows 10 really the GUI is pretty nice and I've rarely had issues with it, also what's so great about Linux if you guys don't mind me asking?
For me my main gripe with Windows 10 is wasting system resources and all the bloatware you can't uninstall.It's kind of the same argument of iPhone vs Android, one you can do the basic stuff with but it hides the advanced and more complicated things away from the user (windows), and the other allows you to do basically anything (linux).
Windows 10 does "natively" *cough* support bash now.I do a lot of AAA PC gaming, so i just stick with the latest Windows, I'm not a power user so Win 10 hasn't been to bad for me.
The other half of my hard drive has MS's latest ad platform of Win10. I feel dirty everytime I use it and I prefer not to do any development in it. I am looking at getting a good thinkpad to put just linux on.
M$ and windows has been so irritating lately! I feel like they've intentionally broken windows update to force people to windows 10. I've had to turn windows update off on my install of win7 because it bsod's anytime it updates and has to be reinstalled. On my wife's gaming PC I've given in and upgraded her to an inactivated copy of win10 (I will never give micro$oft another dime). And I just recently built the gaming PC of my teenager dreams: Q6600, 4GB SLI Dual Channel RAM, EVGA nForce 680i mobo, 8800 GTX SLI, 4 1TB drive RAID5, DVD drive, CD drive, Floppy drive, all in an Alienware Area51 ALX case from 2006ish (so lucky to find one on the classifieds), running Windows Vista Ultimate. Even windows update for vista causes bsod's after it runs. From what I understand it's the update pertaining the malware (can't remember the codename) that exploits windows smb. And M$ can fix it in win10 but magically the patch bricks all older versions of windows.At work I'm forced to use Win10 now.. the only good thing about it is, that it reminds me why i use linux.. ^^
I run Ubuntu on my main laptop, Arch on my secondary laptop, and Lubuntu on the machine I use for data recovery.Which Operating Systems do you like, and why so?
I'm partial specifically to Windows XP primarily, and then I run Mint on my netbook.
XP I use for basic game emulation and Fruity Loops primarily.
While I use Mint on the go for web browsing and minor graphic work mostly.