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Windows 8 vs Mac OS X vs Ubuntu Linux vs Chrome OS

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I honestly like them all, and I use them all on a daily basis.

Windows 7 and RHEL at work; Windows 8 on my desktop gaming and media production machine at home; Ubuntu and OS X on my Macbook air; Debian my small home server; and a Chromebook to play around and casual web surfing.

I like Windows 8 mostly because of the compatibility, and it makes the most sense to put on a desktop for things that require high-end hardware, like video games and photo editing software.

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