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Windows 7: A Quick Hello

25 Feb 2010   #11
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Soundbyte View Post
Ah you will consider me an interloper.

I am currently online using OS X. hehe
Meh - an OS is just an OS. No big deal

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I run multiple systems including W7 : various flavours of XP : 2000 as well as Linux ( Chakra & Kubuntu ) & when I have time...ReactOS.

Just love tinkering with OS's and getting to know their strengths & weakness..

Besides...its good brain exercise...

Cheers

Soundbyte
That it is :)

Welcome and enjoy your stay :)
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