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~vacation~
written by Tacogeddon on Jan 31, 2007 06:01
The title explains it...discuss every Operating system you have ever used. I have a small OS collection on various floppy discs and CDs, I can't even boot up most of them

These include things like:

First version of Mac OS

CTOS.

BeOS.

neXTSTEP.

Windows 2.0.

Windows XP Embedded.

I bought most of them off the internet along with the old computers they run on...like a BeBox for BeOS and a Nextstation for neXTSTEP.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Jan 31, 2007 08:19
MS DOS 6
Windows 3.11
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Mac OS something
Mac OS X

Don't really have time to do more than that. bye!
└> last changed by Magnulus on January 31, 2007 at 12:37
who needs titles?
written by Pomelos on Jan 31, 2007 09:21
I happened to have stumbled upon the following ones:

AmigaOS
BeOS
CP/M-80
DR-DOS
GEM
Linux
MS-DOS
OS/2
QNX
Solaris
System 6
VMS
Windows 2000
Windows 3.11
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows NT
Windows XP

I might have forgotten some, though.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Jan 31, 2007 12:38
Of course! I forgot to add MS-DOS to the list. ^_^ These are all the systems I've had any proper amount of experience with. I've USED Red Hat Linux, but for, like, two seconds. And linux-based firmware doesn't count, right?
there's science to be done!
written by Yash on Jan 31, 2007 15:34
...

Windows 98 SE
Windows ME
Windows XP

... : (
I feel so casual and inexperienced and not deserving to hang around you guys.
whoosh
written by Buuks on Jan 31, 2007 15:52
MS DOS
Windows 3.11
Windows 95
Windows 98 SE
Windows 2000
Windows NT (on uni)
Windows XP

Just a standard list, I only don't know the name of the OS on my very old Apple.
who needs titles?
written by Pomelos on Jan 31, 2007 16:30
Yash said:
I feel so casual and inexperienced and not deserving to hang around you guys.
If you're young and have used VMS, CP/M-80 or even MS-DOS, then there's something wrong with you.

I've worked on many OSes; no matter what, I like XP the better.
going nowhere fast...
written by Skinnymon on Jan 31, 2007 16:31
DOS 4.x*
DOS 5.x*
DOS 6.0
Windows 1.0*
Windows 3.0
Windows 3.1
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows XP


*I'm pretty certain those were used on the 8086 XT...
hello! :) felysian
written by Hello! :) on Jan 31, 2007 16:59
What I've used includes MS-DOS, Some version of MacOS, Win3.11 (which ever version Windows for Workgroups was), Win95, NT4.0, Win98, Win98SE, Win2000, WinXP. More recently I've used Solaris, Linux, and Hactar. I've probably have used other OS's but not long enough to remember them.

Pomelos said:
If you're young and have used VMS, CP/M-80 or even MS-DOS, then there's something wrong with you.

I've worked on many OSes; no matter what, I like XP the better.
Define "young." I've used MS-DOS (oh, the early '90s). And in some ways, I like it better than GUI OS's.
meep
written by Naavis on Jan 31, 2007 19:40
MS-DOS (Can't remember which version)
Windows 3.11
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows NT
Windows 2000
Windows ME
Windows XP
Different Linux distros (mainly Ubuntu)
written by Barebones on Jan 31, 2007 21:28
I shall irreverently boast age (?!) once more, by adding to the list
<a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RT-11>DEC RT-11
<a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSTS/E>RSTS
<a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOPS-10>TOPS-10
and
<a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Version_6_Unix>Unix v6
written by Stellanaut on Jan 31, 2007 23:25
Hmm, im young, so my experience starts with

Windows 95

had some of my first gaming/stuff experience on a 286, then a 486/66 (which i still have)

Windows 98

used on the 486, and on the Pentium 2 i had ised a while and still have.

Windows ME

i forgot exactly what i used this with (or if it would even count as used), but its no longer disgracing my home

Windows XP

My current OS, used on the family Athlon and the Pentium 3 i currently use.

I tried to use linux with my pentium 2, but the installer kept failing and i eventually gave up trying to make it work.

I used to use dos mode a lot for certain apps and still use the prompt today for things such as running the UT99 compiler. I also used to use dosbox (and probably will in tthe future) for old apps, some of which date back to the '80s. (Strangely, ive had hours of fun with games made before I was born)
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Jan 31, 2007 23:28
hmm...
boh. not many.

MSDOS 6.xx (don't remember)
Win3.11
Win98se

I've also made some attempts with a RED HAT, DEBIAN, and I've a knoppix installed.

perhaps also the BASIC of the C64 and the one of the Plus4 (which was an modified version of the C16), if you consider this as meaningful.

y.
faces or a vase?
written by Tom on Feb 01, 2007 04:19
Mac OS 7.0, 7.5, 8.0, 9.2, OS X
Windows 3.1, 95, 98, 98SE, 2000, XP (I used ME for a couple days but got tired of it crashing every fifteen minutes so I installed 2000)
MS-DOS 6.22
BeOS (briefly, though I still have it installed on an older system)
Many Linux distributions - Ubuntu, Mandrake (not -driva), Debian/Knoppix, DSL, Red Hat, Gentoo, and (for a day) SuSE
ReactOS
Hactar

I started out in 1994 on Mac OS 7.0, which had SoftWindows running Win 3.1. I didn't really know what it was (I was only 5, and the computer was a magic box as far as I knew) and so for a long time I thought the sole purpose of Windows was to play Solitaire and Minesweeper... I didn't get a windows machine until probably around 1999. at least, it was some time after the release of Win 98, but my grandparents had Win 95 which I used quite frequently before that.
never here
written by Ozoch on Feb 01, 2007 11:55
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows 2000
Windows ME
Windows XP

Practically one computer for each OS. I can't remember ME sucking strangely.
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