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  • What OS are you using?

    Just thought there might be people out there using old versions of windows. Is this working for you?

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    I had to click on 5 because I have and use computers with them. I have Win 7 in my studio, I have XP at work, I have vista on the Home computer where I also do mastering, and I have another computer with an 8 track card next to my easy chair in the living room for recording ideas running ME. The card is older and cant be upgraded to XP but works fine so i still have a use for it.

    On my job I network computers so I run into all kinds of OS and linux, NP, Macs, and all kinds of other systems not listed.

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    • #3
      I'm currently using Windows 7 on both of my main computers. No issues as of yet.

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      • #4
        im using it on windows 7 ultimate and its working fine.

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        • #5
          windows 7 and ubuntu

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          • #6
            Where's the Linux option?

            Kubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) 64 Bit. After some tweaking I'm liking it so far. It's a bit different than Ubuntu.

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            • #7
              Linux astarte 2.6.32-5-686 #1 SMP Thu Aug 12 13:38:27 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

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              • #8
                Windows 7, and Mac OS X, and Ubuntu Linux.
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                • #9
                  Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, and an iMac with OSX 10.6.2. I don't have any Linux boxes at the moment.
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                  • #10
                    Interesting that many people have both PC's and Macs. Wouldn't it be cheaper and easier to pick one and go with it...?

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                    • #11
                      WinXP on the recording setup. PCLOS on this lappy, LXDE (PCLOS) on wife's lappy and the music/radio streamer. I do still have 95, 98, ME and Win2K on disks and .
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                      • #12
                        Interesting that many people have both PC's and Macs. Wouldn't it be cheaper and easier to pick one and go with it...?


                        Not in my case. I have to have a Mac for development. I write software for musicians (mostly guitarists), and I get a LOT of people asking me for a Mac version.

                        Incidentally, I've got a 50% off sale at Bits du Jour this Friday. There's more information about it at my software's Facebook page here, and at my blog here.

                        In the blog I mention the new versions coming out, and 2 of those require a Mac.

                        I know that for other people that use computers professionally, they need to have multiple operating systems. e.g. Audio engineers and recording engineers often work on a Mac ProTools workstation, but have Windows at home or something like that.

                        For most people though, I don't see the point in having more than 1 computers. Maybe a desktop and a laptop, but that's about it.
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                        • #13
                          I have used most OS that ever came out from Windows starting from 95. I have to say, I would highly suggest XP over any other OS just because I find it more stable.


                          Years ago I used to work for a 3D audio company, and when I would talk with audio engineers and recording engineers, they would mostly say that they preferred Windows 2000 over XP, also mentioning stability.

                          I suppose that it all boils down to hardware support maturing.

                          BSODs are almost always caused by hardware drivers. I can't even remember the last time I had a BSOD that wasn't cause by a driver.
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                          • #14
                            DOS v3.0

                            Has there been an upgrade?



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                            • #15
                              I'm using XP SP 3,works fine except I'm getting a fair bit of noise when I open Cubase....

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                                I'm using Windows 8, having better features than any other os. having good experience with using windows 8. I would like to suggest all my friends to install windows 8. Earlier I was using some other OS which is not updated. So I stongly suggest all to work on windows 8 than any other operating system. ‚Äč








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