OS Agnostic

I consider myself OS agnostic.  This means that I don’t necessarily prefer one OS to another.  Instead, the question of which system to use is more of a question of the nature of the problem.  Linux, for instance, does very well in the server space.  There are robust and ready frameworks that have been built and moderated countless times and serve as the backbone for most of the internet today.  If you are looking for the best, cheapest, most scalable ip-based solution, look no further than Apache, PHP, and a SQL stack to satisfy.  If I need a machine that can run anything I throw at it, use it as a desktop space, and need to maximize the ability for future development, then Windows is my model.  Microsoft has been providing the desktop champion for years and has been making billions off of their solution model.  For this reason, everything runs on it by default.  All software will run under it, and all new software projects develop for it first in mind.  If I am a creative user and seek for color and design perfection whether it be in drawing and layout or film and music composition, my requested machine might as well be a mac.  Apple has done a superb job with the presentation and use of their products.  Cutting out all the clutter and bringing machines to task on creativity might be just what the user needs.  Each services their respective roles and does it quite well.  It no longer becomes a best-OS, but rather a best-solution and application for the problem.

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