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Never use it, I use Linux for leisure and work. I only use Windows at a friends computer, when I'm about to finish a website (the IE-horror-check). I could install IE with Wine, but I don't want to
You don't need Windows, perhaps a lot people think that, because they don't know any better. Linux has better software, but it is difficult to use sometimes (the best tools are still and always will be command line tools).
I had my desktop setup with XP on a couple raid drives and Linux on another. When my raid controller went bad, I didn't bother re-installing XP. That freed up the drives for linux. I do use windows at work however.
Unfortunately some of the commonly used functions of
Outpuke here at work won't work with the web-interface
or Linux-Clients, and we have a winDOHs only CRM
solution, so I have a Windows machine amongst the
4 boxes on my desk :} .... I haven't tried running those
under cxoffice yet (which I purchased).
Seven years now without Windows on my computer (at all). I honestly never use windows unless I am at someone else's computer and I want to browse the web. My work runs windows but I can bring my laptop in to get real work done. I just need to initiate the nightly backup program and that is all.
I can not think of a single program I would "need" to use Windows for. I do have a DOS emulator for Shadow Warrier (Who wanta some Wang!?) but even that isn't windows... and I haven't used that for months -- hmm... time to slice up some bad-guys.
i don't use windows at all too. At work i am allowed to use any unix/linux to "stay productive" :-). buy that hehe. i don't need it at home.
i don't know everything about linux too, rtfm'ing is quick, i just skip the relevant parts :-) and read the rest.