What Operating System do you use at office

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What Operating System do you use at office?

Windows XP
4
10%
Windows Server 2003 /R2
0
No votes
Windows Visa
1
3%
Windows Server 2008
0
No votes
Windows 7
7
18%
Windows Server 2008 R2
1
3%
Windows 8
2
5%
Windows Server 2012
0
No votes
Windows 8.1
2
5%
Windows Server 2012 R2
2
5%
Windows 10
14
36%
Windows Server 2016
2
5%
Other OS
4
10%
 
Total votes: 39

ComputerHunter
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What Operating System do you use at office

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Considering the number of people getting crazy about Windows 7's End-of-Life, I decide to make a poll to see what OS your company use.

If you are still in school, then you may select the OS your school/college/university use. Entering what your parent use also count.

You can choose 2 options in case you use 2 different OS. I just want to see Windows 7's usage rate against Windows 8+.
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Re: What Operating System Do You Use at Office

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My father uses Windows 10 at his office.
Help!!!! hOw DO I run WiNdoWS 8 vM wIThouT vm soFtWarE???

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Re: What Operating System Do You Use at Office

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At the organisation I'm studying for my MCSA, I used 2012 R2 until I was switched to 2016, which is what I'll likely be working with once I get into the IT field, unless I encounter 2019 (which is still a bit unlikely with how new it is).
MCSA: Windows Server 2016 (70-740, 70-741, 70-742)
MTA: 98-349, 98-365

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ComputerHunter, how were you able to post this topic in the Off-Topic forum? I thought you needed to have FTP Access or Donator status to post in Off-Topic Discussions. Or was this topic originally posted in one of the Microsoft operating system forums, but was moved to Off-Topic by a mod shortly after?

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It was likely moved.

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Re: What Operating System Do You Use at Office

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Andy wrote:It was likely moved.
I figured that was the case. BTW, I actually have seen a few topics in Off Topic Discussions posted by normal/non-FTP Access members. That might be a bug that sometimes occurs in this forum software.

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Re: What Operating System Do You Use at Office

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Same issue. It will be a post that got moved after being posted originally in another forum they did have access to.

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Re: What Operating System Do You Use at Office

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Yep, it was moved. Anyway, I use Windows 10 and Server 2012 R2 in my office.

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Re: What Operating System do you use at office

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Considering the limitations of 64 bit Windows actually my dad at work moved from xp just last year, he now has Windows 7 32bit. It's the medical software he uses actually that is 16bit and just got an update (or a software rewrite, in fact) last year, that's why.
Besides, I don't know anyone in the family using 10 or 8.1 as their primary OS at work, either XP or 7. As for servers, they primarily use 2008R2/2012R2.
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