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Which Multiple Operating Systems and Memory Installed are you using on your single computer?

Which Multiple Operating Systems and Memory Installed are you using on your single computer?  

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  1. 1. Which Multiple Operating Systems are you using on your Multi-OS computer (Select them all)?

    • DOS 1.0-7.1
    • Windows 1.0-3.X
    • Windows NT 3.1-4.0
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    • Windows 9X/ME
    • Windows 2000
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8.X
    • Windows 10
  2. 2. How much total computer memory do you have installed on this computer?

    • Between 64KB-1024KB
      0
    • Between 1GB up to 2GB
    • Between 2GB up to 4GB
    • Between 4GB up to 8GB
    • Between 8GB up to 16GB
    • Between 16GB up to 32GB
    • Between 32GB up to 64GB
      0
    • Between 64GB up to 128GB
      0
    • Over 128GB
      0
  3. 3. What is your primary software use for this system?



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This is just a quick voting poll on:

Which Multiple Operating Systems and Memory Installed are you using on your single computer?

(Optional) You may elaborate on your computer system here and your uses for it.

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I put Win2000 because there was no option for Win2003, the most stable Windows ever. :D

Maybe I should have put XP, but I think my way of usage is closer to 2000 (which I have also used in the distant past), although not much as a server.

My work consists of, it could be said, office and Internet usage.

I haven't played games (at least big ones) for a long time. :(



 

Edited by GrofLuigi

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On main machine (core i7 8gb, where i write this post now):

on ssd (dualboot via bootmgr):
- win7 (main os),
- now win2k, was winxp;

on hdd (tripleboot via PART boot sector):
- dos7/win98,
- now ubuntu, was slackware,
- win7.

On retro machine (p3 768 mb):

on hdd1 (dualboot via ntldr):
- dos7/win98 (main os),
- win2k;

on hdd2 (singleboot):
- dos6/win31;

on hdd3 (singleboot):
- winxp.

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MY main machine is an Early 2009 Mac Pro, firmware flashed to think it's a 2010 Mac Pro, and it runs the following OSes in addition to OS X, in order from bay 1 through bay 4:

HDD #1: Windows XP Professional 64-bit

HDD #2: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

HDD #3: Windows XP Professional 32-bit

HDD #4: Windows 8.1 Pro

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