Windows? Linux? Which version? I'm not a gamer.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks in advance.
Ive crashed OS X doing some crazy stuff, for example, trying to write to memory I was not allowed to touch As a normal user I have had it crash once, when DVD Player locked up, outside of that, never crashed it unless I was doing something weird.I've had OS X crash once, maybe twice, in the 3 years I've been using it (on a desktop and laptop). Based on experience I'd have to say that OS X is the most stable.
Note: I added Vista and OS X to make a more complete poll.
Sounds like something you'd try to do.Ive crashed OS X doing some crazy stuff, for example, trying to write to memory I was not allowed to touch
Vista is just as stable as XP was for me. It really depends on the drivers and software you have installed, as is the case with pretty much any OS.I don't know how anyone can say Vista is the most stable at this point, but I suppose it should be an option.
*Raises hand*My main problem with threads like this is that harldy anyone voting has had experience with all of the options, so how can you really say?
Sounds like Photoshop froze. There is Force Quit (under the Apple), which is the same thing as ending an application or process in the Task Manager. I remember the first time I used it and the application closed immediately, I was like "yes, that's the way it should work!"I remember using Photoshop on a Mac a few months ago. This was my first "OS X" crash experience. Basically, all icons stopped responding, and the friggin Photoshop icon kept on bouncing. Since I didn't know how to do the equivalent of Ctrl + Alt + Del on a Mac, I was sooo frustrated.
P.S. This was once after more than 100 hours of using it.
I am part of that very few! I have ran all kinds of flavors of Linux (Slackware, Ubuntu, SuSe, RedHat, CentOS), Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, OpenSolaris, Windows XP, Windows Vista and many more variations of Windows.Yeah, you are one of the (very) few.