I use a Dell :)
I <3 my Macbook Pro 13" Thank you Jesus for giving me my personal laptop! :]
Compaq Presario, with Linux Mint 9 Isadora :D
@corinthiens.Yay, some one who knows about Linux!i think its better then windows, i cant speak for macs, becuase ive never had one really.
I'd use only linux if I hadn't to use lots of patch to use windows programs (as wine don't works for every programs)So now as I'll buy a new laptop, I'll use windows 7 on my new laptop and linux (openSUSE) on my old computer.
yeah i wish itunes worked on it, i wish it had commercial support, but its alright.yeah thats sorta what i do, i have an old desktop that has windows on it to sync my ipod and stuff.wine isnt my favorite, i would rather look for an alternative program.
@O.0 ugh! Sorry! Thats what i get for trying to type fast >< sorry lambchop!@Linux peoples. Its a good OP but it just will never catch on. sorry to say it, but its the truth. I got off the band wagon on that one early, cuz it just will never have the publicity and essentially the capabilities of the Mac and PC. :)
Does anyone have one of those supersized I phones what are they called...........oh thats right the I pad or A.K.A really big Iphone...because thats all they are!
Hahaha, yup. they are an expensive iTouch actually. However you can Skype on them, not an actual call though.Alot of people are using them as a Kindle (an electronic library). Needless to say it is alot of "older" folks you are buying them. If you have a Mac Book an iPod, iPhone, iTouch, and even the iPad you can wirelessly sync them all. It is the beauty of Apple. ;P
@Jap: if you know how to use it, Linux has more capabilities than MAC and PC, but you have to be an experimented user, and computer knowledge is not an option. So I agree, it will never catch MAC and PC for the majority of the users, but for experimented users, it's far better.
Hmmm, I feel like I need to hook me up with some Linux now! Do you think that it is a far better system? What is the attraction to it, for you, because with Mac and PC the possibilities are endless. (if you are an experienced user, that is ;P)
Well, firstly it's free, secondly the user's interface is (for me) better (a little strange at the beginning, but very goon when you're used to it)And lastly you can do absolutely everything, without any limits, as it's an open source. I mean, you can modify whatever you want in the system (and so make it PERFECT for you), install whatever you want, even mac or pc softwares (but as I said before, that takes time to install some PC softwares and for some of them it might be hard (at least for a beginner like me) and there's a lot of free linux softwares, some are even better than PC softwares that you have to buy (Video maker, pictures edit...)And Linux don't know the work "Bug"
MACBOOK PRO! :)
@Corinthiens.13 I didn't know Linux was for free!! why is that?? I thought you had to pay for it... hmm..... interesting! :D
@O.0 most are, but amiga and red hat i think are not. but the best linux operating systems are free: like Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint (which is ubuntu with codecs installed, and a green theme)google distrowatch and check it out if you wantit is free because it is Open source. an example is, say you want red hat but dont want to spend $50, the people of Fedora took the source code of red hat and made it there own, and fedora is free.I would say linux is free in cost, not in knowledge.but if you know how to use it, it can be the best operating system ever.
Linux and Macs are the best OS's!Windows gets the job done, but Mac and Linux do the same, Faster, and with more style:P
Does anyone know what a Unix is?? I never knew... doesn't it have something to do with linux???
I think they were in the Bible? q;>* jking
@O.0 i believe Mac is an Unix Operating system, and linux is based on Unix. but is not.the first linux project was the Gnu Project, which stands forGnu Not Unix.BTW, Gnu was a project that needed a Kernel, Linux was that Kernel. Linus Torvalds was working on a Kernel, but before him, Richard Stallman was Working on Gnu.
@Curtis: Wow, you've more knowledge about Linux than me ;-)