"What should I do with Windows/Linux (version)" Series

Hello! Good afternoon, or morning, or evening! Today, I’ll open this topic because I’m lazy to do anything other :slight_smile:
Let’s get started!

First, I’ll introduce my OS collection :smiley:

Here's what I have
  • Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP4 | Build 2195
  • Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP1 | Build 1381
  • Windows 98 FE Beta | Build 1400
  • Windows 98 SE | Build 2222A
  • Windows 95 RTM Debug | Build 950
  • Windows 2000 Datacenter Server | Build 2195 (Probably nah because it has very less drivers) :x:
  • Windows 2000 Professional RTM | Build 2195
  • Windows XP Professional SP3 | Build 2600
  • Windows Longhorn | Build 4074
  • Windows Vista RTM Escrow | Build 5840
  • Windows ME | Build 3000 (Nah again because it’s crappy) :x:
  • Windows Neptune | Build 5111
  • Windows Nashville | Build 999
  • Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs | Build 2600
  • Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 | Build 2600
  • Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition | Build 3790
  • Windows Powered | Build 2195
  • Windows XP Starter Edition | Build 2600
  • Windows Server 2008 | Build 6001
  • Linux OS’es
  • Damn Small Linux | v4.11.rc2
  • SliTaz | v(I forgot the version. But I download it in 15 October 2018 :confused:)
  • Ubuntu v12.04.4 LTS (Alternate Install)
  • Android x86 | v4.0
  • Puppy Linux | v6.0.5 (Nah because it’s very slow) :x:
  • Mandriva Linux | v2008.1
  • openSUSE | v10.3 (GNOME DE)
  • Tiny Core Linux | v11.1

Here’s your task. Pick one of OS from the list, and told me what to do with it. And I’ll install that OS in virtual machine and do the task you’ve told me :slight_smile:

Also correct me if I had a typo :wink:

Have fun, and stay safe! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

can’t i just quote a post discourse?

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Umm…

Hannah Montana Linux

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Nah, I don’t want to download another distro now :slight_smile:

upgrade ubuntu and install tux4ubuntu

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Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs | Build 2600

Make a picture (of anything) in MS Paint and set it as the background.
I used to do it all the time lel

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oh.

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SERIOUSLY? WinFLP has WMP v10 but doesn’t have Paint!?

Nah because my data package is very limited.

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Windows FLP is focused for thin clients, but still with some native programs. I believe that in such a condition it is much more possible to have a need to reproduce some video or audio than to have to edit/draw a picture. :stuck_out_tongue:

Btw, its installation allows the administrator to remove resources that he will not use.

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:confused: :thinking:

Aw, that was inconvenient.
Scratch my idea then.

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Windows Embedded POSReady 2009

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Tell me what to do.

put it in spanish and try to make it look more XP

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Okay, i’ll try it :slight_smile: