So, I am done with Vista for at least a month in between jobs. I hadn’t been using Vista my last few days at work in favor of Ubuntu anyway. I am planning on installing Fedora 9 on a virtual machine on my laptop. Here’s a run down of what I was running:
Office desktop: primarily ubuntu, SUSE in a virtual box and Vista dual boot
Office laptop: primarily XP, ubuntu dual boot
both of those boxes are gone.
Home desktop: ubuntu only
Home laptop: ubuntu only
test box: I haven’t used this in a while as I’ve been busy, but I think this is also ubuntu only.
Now, my brother just installed Vista to test and he had been an XP guy while testing ubuntu too, so next week after he moves home I might be seeing it more. At home my dad has an OS X work laptop and they have a very slow XP Dell. I think they might have a DOS box in the bedroom, but maybe Windows 3.1. They had both for a while and I’m not sure if they still have either. Oh, my brother has a desktop too, and I think it is ubuntu only also, but it gets little use. Should I go to Wisconsin (likely), I’ll have to get MS certified. I’ll probably soon be looking to get Red Hat certified too for job reasons (why I’m installing Fedora in virtual box). The next few months of life should be exciting one way or another.
This brings me back to the main point. While this blog has never been exclusively about Vista and more about my job related issues in general, since I am no longer a Vista user, it seems strange for the blog to be titled that. Thoughts?