IF you had a choice?
Question: To choose an Operating System what would it be and why? Example: My favorate is windows 95' because its easy to install and much smoother to operate. For all in all I have windows XP-Pro servce pack 2
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windows xp to me it has a really smooth install and most of your drivers will be set up if not all of them with you get done installing the OS.
Physical therapy is a very satifying career, unfortunately, for the vast majority of PTs, the salary you are looking for is not there. However, with a background in business and finance, you may be in a position to promote to management which could easily put you in the $80,000 range. Most PTs in 2005 were earning between $50-70,000 a year. Business is the best chance for making the kind of money you are hoping for, but the market is competive and job satisfaciton is low.
Depends on the task intended for the computer, but if we're talking about a workstation I'd pick Windows XP. It's at this point matured enough such that major bugs have been largely squashed, and I can run a lot of popular software. Driver support exists for all the peripherals I want to use. One thing I'd love to be able to do is "recompile" Windows in a way similar to the way you'd rebuild your kernel for a Linux or *BSD machine, so that I could cut out some of the fluff and unnecessary drivers that are hogging my system. But in the absence of that Windows XP enables me to do everything I want to be able to do and largely without problems.
For gaming Alienware sorry but windows is better for gaming however you play console games so that's one point for the mac, the Mac has 2.3GHZ quad core, 4 2.3GHZ cores so about 10GHZ but most applications only use 1 core and that is the sad part, in windows you can check which cores you want your applications to be able to use by going to task manager press Ctrl+Alt+Del left click Start Task Manager go to processes right click the process and choose Set Affinity if you are using Dual core you'll notice two processing units choose which cores you want the process to use, i am not sure if this works on applications that only use one core cause you are not telling it to use them you are just allowing it to use them. The Mac has 16 gb random access memory (RAM), remember the RAM is important cause the RAM is what sends the code to the CPU it has a 2GB GPU (Graphics processing unit), now for the Alienware, from what i read it has 4.3GHZ processors how many i don't know if it's Quad core 4 if it's Dual core 2, anyway in most applications 1 4.3 processing unit can beat a 2.0 quad core cause simply most applications use one core the Alienware has dual graphics processing units each one is 2gb meaning 4gb so it beats the mac in graphics too, how much ram im not sure i gotta admit it kinda beats the Mac but you said you are sick of windows which confuses me more it is your choice look at the information and see which one is better for you i can only tell which hardware is better than which, i can't tell which OS is better as for the 32 and 64 bit thing sorry changing your OS won't remove it, it's what makes Assembly lame. edit: honestly Alienware beats the Mac in almost everything, but dats just the way i see it, actually that is the way it is however i am not sure which OS is better all i know is Alienware beats the Mac at gaming and even rendering designing or whatever you wanna call it however i couldn't find out how many cores it has but that's not important cause like i said most applications only use one good luck.
For windows i guess 98 Very easy to reset an even easier to secure , Linux however i would go with Redhat
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