10 best and worst versions of Windows: What's the best Windows OS?
You use Windows. Have been doing for years. You have to use Windows: it is the default operating system for PC and laptop - mainly because it is an excellent stable and useful tool. But not all versions of Windows are the same. And if you have been using a PC for any of the past 30 years, you will remember some flavours of Windows with more fondness than others. Here we rank and rate the 10 best and worst versions of Windows. Just for fun. (And if the fun gets too much, read our piece: Windows 10: Pros and cons for enterprise.)
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