View Poll Results: Your first OS?

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  • UNIX

    0 0%
  • MAC OS/OS X/AppleDOS/ProDOS/GSOS

    5 6.76%
  • OS2/PCDOS

    4 5.41%
  • MSDOS

    29 39.19%
  • Windows 1.0/2.0/3.0/3.1

    18 24.32%
  • Windows 95

    9 12.16%
  • Windows NT 3.5

    0 0%
  • Windows NT 4

    0 0%
  • Windows 2000

    1 1.35%
  • Windows XP

    0 0%
  • Windows 98/SE

    8 10.81%
  • Windows ME

    0 0%
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Thread: Your first OS?

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    Member Sun's Avatar
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    Your first OS?

    its simple.

    mine: 98 First edition....
    Last edited by Sun; 05-02-2004 at 11:15 AM.

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    win95....oh and I feel sorry for those who's first OS was/is WinME...

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    win95 also.

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    Mac OS 8.x I think...
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    or Maye it was 7.x

    can't remember but i know it was Mac OS...when we went to buy a PC (piece of ****) it ran Windows 95 and I hated it becasue it was not like the Mac...but times change. I still like Mac OS X and up but been stuck with Windows since...
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    good old windows 3.1
    so much fun

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    MSDos 3
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    I still have my 5 1/4" floppies of Tandy DOS 1.0 from 1983 as well as the 5 1/2" floppies from my Windows 1.01 from 1985.
    Last edited by Sterling_Aug; 05-02-2004 at 09:00 PM.

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    Windows 3.1
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    Registered User mireland's Avatar
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    Originally posted by Sterling_Aug
    I still have my 6 1/4" floppies of Tandy DOS 1.0 from 1983 as well as the 5 1/2" floppies from my Windows 1.01 from 1985.

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    3.0

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    PCDOS. I was using that in my school. Nice educational games they had.

    Also on my first comp I had Windows 3.1 on a Packard Bell Legend 115.

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    I'm probably the youngest here, but my first OS was MSDOS.

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    dos and windows 3.1
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    Commodore / Microsoft Basic 2.0
    I didn't play with it much, except to show my kids how to compile their own games, as I was of the opinion that store bought software was for sissies. Needless to say, it was not as much fun as it should have been (Ever played Dozer?) and I kinda lost interest until I bought a 386 and hooked up to the net. There were only about 2000 websites at the time and it took forever to move between them, so that wasn't as much fun as it could have been either, but it was extremely interesting and it whetted my appetite.

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