Discussion in 'Tech Center' started by Sawyer, Nov 21, 2017.
My main desktop is Windows 10.
My laptop that is hooked up to my big screen TV is Windows 7.
My other desktop that is hooked up to my TV in my bedroom is Vista.
macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra
Windows 10 desktop / macOS High Sierra laptop
OS X El Capitan (My computer is old.)
Windows 8.1 at work, but IT will upgrade me to 10 soon. Since I don't use this by choice, I didn't vote for it.
Linux (currently OpenSUSE mostly but many other distribution in the past - Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux,...)
Windows 10 on our laptop, Windows 7 at work.
its 7 everywhere
also, at home i barely use a laptop, its mostly ipad mini
I have Tumbleweed on my laptop and Leap 42.3 on my desktop currently.
Spoiler: I also have this
I used to run Tumbleweed also, it's my favorite rolling release distro.
There also aren't too many other options in rolling release department. I mean I used to use Debian Testing and Arch Linux which are both rolling release and great (each with its pros and cons) but now I needed/wanted an RPM based distro so Tumbleweed it is.
I tried pure Arch and some Arch-based distros like Manjaro and Antergos, but there was always something that was not working the way I wanted. Then I tried Tumbleweed and it was perfect.
I was pretty happy with pure Arch but then I needed to install a new laptop and wanted to try something else. Not because any particular reason, I just was curious about something new.
Windows 10 but I mostly use my IPad.
Win7 for sure.