What operating systems do you use?
@stux Though most mobile users would be able to answer Linux anyway...
@lucy They all run Linux, have curated prepackaged software, and are easier to deal with than Windows
@stux In addition to those you listed i also use FreeBSD and - if you want to call that an OS - FreeRTOS.
@tauli @stux I somehow suspect that most people who ticked Other ticked Linux and Other. (I use only Linux; this laptop has the smallest possible Windows install to kick its heels in, because it proved impossible to install Linux on it without Windows. I booted Windows ONCE in the two years I've got the machine now, for troubleshooting, and of course it wanted to do a six-hour update first so I stopped that and just got another Linux distro (Neon, currently; previously OpenSuSE)
@stux hopefully I'll be on Linux by the end of the year. until then I have to put up with win7.
@stux mobile OS are still OS ;)
@stux Fedora 31
@stux Linux (Fedora, Slackware), FreeBSD, OpenBSD.
@stux Gentoo + Win10 dual boot on gaming desktop, MacOS on MBP for Pro Tools, FreeBSD on home server, Android on mobile (but soon to be a device that can triple-boot Android/Sailfish/Debian-or-other-ARM64-distro.
I've got an old laptop with AROS on it, somewhere, too.. :p
@stux Arch Linux on computer,server and a laptop,Deepin on another laptop,Blackberry OS on my phone,Amazon Fire OS on my tablet,Windows Vista on a very old computer.
@stux wow! Great to see Linux ahead of Windows.
@stux i use a combination of nixos, haiku, and amiga for retro gaming
@stux Windows because I'm a lazy coward. But when I finally get my new laptop after 9 years, I will install Linux on the old one
@stux Amazed at the sheer number of Linux users. As a Linux user myself this give me some joy!
Kitkat, Lollipop on mobile equipment.
Windows XP on desktop (backup only) system.
@stux Happy to see that a large majority here (62%) uses Linux distributions 😃
@stux Ubuntu on NAS and Windows 10 on Main system for Adobe Suite and Gaming.