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What OS are you using?
#81
RE: What OS are you using?
Desktop and one laptop on Windows 10. Another laptop on Linux Mint. And a tablet on the FireOS.
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#82
RE: What OS are you using?
Gaming PC = Windows 10 AE & Linux Mint

Notebook = Windows 10

CAD Workstation = Windows 7

Tablet = Android 4.4 (Android 5 runs like crap on a 2012 Nexus 7)
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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#83
RE: What OS are you using?
(August 22, 2016 at 11:14 pm)Jörmungandr Wrote: I put my first UEFI hardware into service this year.  All the old machines were old style bios.   Not sure those will run 10.

My gaming PC does just fine.
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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#84
RE: What OS are you using?
Laptop with Windows 7.
Ubuntu Linux Server without GUI.
Laptop with Windows Vista, with VMWare installed so that I can use Windows 2000 and Red Hat 9 Linux.
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#85
RE: What OS are you using?
iOS 10.2
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#86
RE: What OS are you using?
Pretty much the same as what I said in the OP, but I forgot to include iOS. I use my iPad and occasionally my phone to browse the forum from time to time.
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#87
RE: What OS are you using?
Depends on which device I happen to be using at the time.

Currently, on my work laptop - Windows 7 Enterprise running a Mint Linux virtual machine.
My personal laptops run Window 10 Pro. One has several virtual machines for running old stuff and development: FreeDOS, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 7, FreeBSD, Mint Linux and Ubuntu Server.
Gaming desktop PC is a several years old Alienware running Windows 10.
My in home server runs FreeNAS on FreeBSD with a virtual machine running Ubuntu and several jails also running FreeBSD.
I have three servers running (two virtuals and one physical) around the world under different service providers (Amazon EC2, linode.com, seedhost.eu), all running Ubuntu Server.
Mobile devices run Android 6.x, except the Iphone 5 I don't use any longer which runs an old version of IOS.
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#88
RE: What OS are you using?
(September 26, 2016 at 3:32 pm)Cthulhu Dreaming Wrote: Depends on which device I happen to be using at the time.

Currently, on my work laptop - Windows 7 Enterprise running a Mint Linux virtual machine.
My personal laptops run Window 10 Pro.  One has several virtual machines for running old stuff and development:  FreeDOS, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 7, FreeBSD, Mint Linux and Ubuntu Server.
Gaming desktop PC is a several years old Alienware running Windows 10.
My in home server runs FreeNAS on FreeBSD with a virtual machine running Ubuntu and several jails also running FreeBSD.
I have three servers running (two virtuals and one physical) around the world under different service providers (Amazon EC2, linode.com, seedhost.eu), all running Ubuntu Server.
Mobile devices run Android 6.x, except the Iphone 5 I don't use any longer which runs an old version of IOS.

Would you recommend seedhost?
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#89
RE: What OS are you using?
(September 26, 2016 at 3:36 pm)Bella Morte Wrote: Would you recommend seedhost?

It depends on what you're wanting to do. I had a seedbox for awhile, but I found it too limited. It might meet your needs if all you want is a seedbox. I have had a dedicated server for quite some time, it costs 26 euros per month. I use that to run a headless Vuze torrent client and a cobbled together collection of apps that automatically pulls down content and transfers it to my media server (though it's currently broken with KAT being down and not having access to one of the supported private trackers). Expect no support beyond rebooting hardware, but they deliver what they promise.
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#90
RE: What OS are you using?
(September 26, 2016 at 3:51 pm)Cthulhu Dreaming Wrote:
(September 26, 2016 at 3:36 pm)Bella Morte Wrote: Would you recommend seedhost?

It depends on what you're wanting to do.  I had a seedbox for awhile, but I found it too limited.  It might meet your needs if all you want is a seedbox.  I have had a dedicated server for quite some time, it costs 26 euros per month.  I use that to run a headless Vuze torrent client and a cobbled together collection of apps that automatically pulls down content and transfers it to my media server (though it's currently broken with KAT being down and not having access to one of the supported private trackers).  Expect no support beyond rebooting hardware, but they deliver what they promise.

Thanks CD, the reply is much appreciated. Smile

I'll probably go with them.
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