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  • hereorthere
    +5

    Do you really think it's only older people that don't like using Windows? Plenty of young people choose Linux, Apple, and even older versions of Windows for a variety of reasons.

    • leweb
      +5

      I'd actually expect older people to be more likely to use Windows. Linux became mainstream much later.

    • ttubravesrock
      +4

      If you read to the end of the article, he uses Windows 7.

      I was implying that old people are less likely to accept change, especially when it comes to technology.

      • Gozzin
        +7

        He also uses Linux. I've used Linux for 13 years as my main OS.

        • AdelleChattre
          +4

          Like a Man should. On an IBM System/360 Model 195 running largely on Wangco 9-track tape drives via a DecWriter II terminal over an Anderson Jacobson acoustic coupler modem at 55 baud on fanfold paper, eating bacon and drinking the Middleton.