questionswhat operating system & internet browser do you…

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DOS and WorldWideWeb. It's a sweet set up, it has 3 colors! Black's a color, right?

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@linkage89: Clearly you didn't see the twist. He wants to know what operating system you use. ENTIRELY different. Kind of like my car is entirely different when I park it in a different spot.

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Laptop with XP, that's what came with it and I left it alone. XP was/is a decent OS, IMO.
Desktop with Ubuntu Linux. It's clean, airy and works great. Very easy to cross over to from MS products if one was so inclined.
Another desktop with Win7. I use some graphics programs that only play well with Windows.

All systems have Firefox 5.0 as a browser. No problems with any sites.

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@capguncowboy: That old greenish monochrome is great too.

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Win7, Chrome almost exclusively.

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mostly i'm at work, and I use XP with FireFox 3 AND Opera AND IE7 (webapp compatibility...argh).
At home, I'm on Win7 and FF5 / WinFLP* and FF3.

*Windows for Legacy PCs - simply awesome for netbooks.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Fundamentals_for_Legacy_PCs

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I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and Chrome.

But if you asked me last week, I would have been using Firefox.

I've been having issues with all Woot related sites for the past day or so.

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@capguncowboy: must have missed that - I will be more vigilant in the future

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i have dibs on "what operating system and monitor size do you use?" no one use that one in the next 2 weeks!

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Vista 64bit with IE9/FF5/Chrome. I have the WIN7 upgrade disk but haven't had the nerve to do it yet. :-)

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@w00tgurl: You might want to make that monitor(s)

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Google Chrome OS.

It's a OS and a browser!

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Ubuntu and Chrome.

Went from two Win 7/Chrome boxes down to two Ubuntu/Chrome this past month.

FF on Ubuntu feels like scrubbing your eyes with the backside of a toad. It just doesn't seem like they put too much thought or energy into making it work like it should.

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Vista Home Premium x64 and Chrome

Vista hasn't been a problem at all, after I got used to the changes.

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@perlgoodies: Went down to Ubuntu? You just found yourself Windows Service Pack "L"

[...where "L" = Linux]