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Old June 21st, 2013 (03:31 PM). Edited June 21st, 2013 by twocows.
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Quote originally posted by Pichu2Pikachu2Raichu:
OMG that second to last post, what a quote.

Windows XP is the best OS

All other Windows OS are c***

EOS.
You should read that second to last post and the other one I posted. Windows XP was decent for its time, but its time is long past. And the (desktop) Windows OSes since have ranged from decent to great.

Quote originally posted by danks_:
Oh, twocows, I have to agree on some of the stuff you posted, I do agree that OS X has some positive stuffs in it, it's just not a fit for me :) Thanks for the nice chat, I'm out of here, people's opinions are too closed and also deny to look at the positive aspects of W8, it's easier to say its s*** and c*** and what not.
It's not for me, either. I don't use it, nor will I ever unless it's in a VM or unless there's some reason I have to use it. It just doesn't fit my style.

Quote originally posted by Pichu2Pikachu2Raichu:
Windows eight is BS and does nothing but full me with anger.

How do you close IE???? See??!!!
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=close+internet+explorer+windows+8
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