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