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youprat
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What do you use? Windows OR Mac OR Flavor of Linux OR other??

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    OS X (ubuntu 14 and 16 docker container when coding)
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    Ubuntu of coz. I didnt dare use other linux flavor yet for working on my web development
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    Ubuntu 14.04. Reliable and easiest to run for daily stuff.
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    Everything!
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    Mint 18 (Cinnamon) 👌
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    Debian, Mint, OS X and Windows 10. (I didn't know you had to choose one)
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    Arch Linux
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    Fedora 23 w/ xfce
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    Why is Ubuntu so popular?
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    Solus (Linux)
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    Play: Mac
    Work: Windows
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    Was on arch cause it's soooo simple and configurable but I just needed something out of the box to go with ... Debian is what I'm rocking now. Super stable and fast!!!! If only battery life was longer ... Or at least as much as windows
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    Opensuse Tumbleweed with Gnome.
    Kinda simplifies lots of things, and stable most of the time, even though it's a rolling release
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    Ubuntu for home dev work, Mac at my dev job, Windows for video editing and gaming 😎
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    Ubuntu 16.02 and rarely win 7. Considering getting a Mac.
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    @aki237 it is quite possible that I got that wrong.

    Checked. Yes. 16.04. apologies.
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    @thedadsparticus
    Not sure if you already know, but there are two Ubuntu releases a year.
    X.04 (in April, that's why it's 04)
    And X.10 (in October)
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    Arch Linux 🐧
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    Windows at work and Windows at play. 😜 Although I have a lot of complaints about it. For my Linux needs I just run Lubuntu on VirtualBox.
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    @secretdude0 Antergos -> out of the box Arch
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    Ubuntu 16 and 14.
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    Is it hard to setup arch linux? I am a lazy person ...
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    @yduman hard if you're good at Linux: No. Time consuming: definitely.
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    @yduman Their wiki is very well detailed and comprehensive. You can follow that to install Arch. Its not particularly hard, but having background knowledge of the Linux world/ecosystem will definitely help.
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    Ubuntu 15.10
    Found it stable enough for doing my school work and as the main environment I use. Drivers work well with my Toshiba, decent battery life
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    Development happens on Ubuntu 16.04. For a year I was on a MacBook Air; homebrew and spectacle made it bearable but its keyboard drove me nuts. Never again. Windows is for games only.
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    Win 10 for game/web/coding. Ubuntu 16.04 for web/coding/learning GNULinux systems.
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