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Do you used Windows NT 4.0/2000 Before YOU upgrade to Windows 10?

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I've used Windows 2000 in the past, and I have a running version of Windows 3.1. Most of my Windows OS knowledge is in Windows XP and 7 though. 
I've been using Windows 10 pretty much ever since it came out. I don't mind it too much. I've seldom had problems that others have been getting.

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15 hours ago, Nazotchi25 said:

I've used Windows 2000 in the past, and I have a running version of Windows 3.1. Most of my Windows OS knowledge is in Windows XP and 7 though. 
I've been using Windows 10 pretty much ever since it came out. I don't mind it too much. I've seldom had problems that others have been getting.

Same here. I never had a problem with 10. It seems like a lot of people are just very unlucky.

As for me, no, I've never used Windows 2000. The oldest version of Windows I'm familiar with is XP. But it's because I got my first PC fairly much later than most people my age did. But before upgrading to 10 I had Win7 and 8.1. I'm glad 8.1 is over, that was one version I really hated. 

My first laptop had Windows Vista though so I'm pretty immune for "bad" OS I think. 

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23 hours ago, Nazotchi25 said:

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I've used Windows 2000 in the past, and I have a running version of Windows 3.1. Most of my Windows OS knowledge is in Windows XP and 7 though. 
I've been using Windows 10 pretty much ever since it came out. I don't mind it too much. I've seldom had problems that others have been getting.

Thank you! So why currently you are running Windows 3.1? Do you use IT on a Emulator? or You use it On a real Machine?

8 hours ago, Jhud said:

Same here. I never had a problem with 10. It seems like a lot of people are just very unlucky.

As for me, no, I've never used Windows 2000. The oldest version of Windows I'm familiar with is XP. But it's because I got my first PC fairly much later than most people my age did. But before upgrading to 10 I had Win7 and 8.1. I'm glad 8.1 is over, that was one version I really hated. 

My first laptop had Windows Vista though so I'm pretty immune for "bad" OS I think. 

Thank You!

 

 

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9 hours ago, leogames2012 said:

Thank you! So why currently you are running Windows 3.1? Do you use IT on a Emulator? or You use it On a real Machine?

Thank You!

 

 

I do have it on a DOS Emulator, but I have also used it on a physical machine long ago on a computer owned by my grandfather. As for 'why', just to see if I could mostly! Plus there's some games that I played as a young child that work on it but not a newer OS.

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4 hours ago, Nazotchi25 said:

I do have it on a DOS Emulator, but I have also used it on a physical machine long ago on a computer owned by my grandfather. As for 'why', just to see if I could mostly! Plus there's some games that I played as a young child that work on it but not a newer OS.

So...  Okay.. Dont Forget That the Windows 3.11 iS Unsupported and Dont Receive Apps anymore!

 

You Need to Upgrade tO 95 or ME!

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On 9/19/2019 at 9:40 AM, leogames2012 said:

So...  Okay.. Dont Forget That the Windows 3.11 iS Unsupported and Dont Receive Apps anymore!

 

You Need to Upgrade tO 95 or ME!

he meant he used to use an old 3.11 pc and doesn’t use that one as his main computer anymore

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I have several PCs, one running Windows 10, another running 7, another running XP, and a Power Mac G3 B&W running Mac OS 9.2.2 (I might install a second HDD to run Mac OS X, but I'm not sure.)

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On 12/18/2019 at 12:55 PM, Deru-sama said:

I have several PCs, one running Windows 10, another running 7, another running XP, and a Power Mac G3 B&W running Mac OS 9.2.2 (I might install a second HDD to run Mac OS X, but I'm not sure.)

Thank you!

 

Yes, You can Install a Second hdd SINCE mac os X It need it.

 

Sorry if The Post is Back In september...............

 

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