Which OS Are You?

This is a follow up (I guess) to “What Character of [X Movie/Show] Are You Most Like?” I saw this thread on Fury-Tech forums and, being a computer nerd, I just had to take this test. As it turns out, the OS I’m most like is…

You are OS X. You tend to be fashionable and clever despite being a bit transparent.  Now that you've reached some stability you're expecting greater popularity.

(Click on the test to take it for yourself.)

Surprise, surprise. Although I’ve long admired the simple beauty of OS X, I’ve never quite gone ahead and given in to the temptation of buying a Mac. (Although I did convince my sister and now-mac-head brother in law to buy an iMac.) Really, I’ve been a Linux person for years but — well, I guess using Lindows/Linspire isn’t too far off from using OS X, aside from all the functionality and beauty that is. And the megalomaniacal owner.

No, wait. Never mind. Got that.

Anyway, with that said, I’ll obligatorily ask, “So, which OS are you?” (Insert game show music.)

Edit: I also just took the “Which File Extension Are You” test. This one’s a bit less useful than the previous, but what the heck.

You are .doc You change from year to year, just to make things tough on your competition.  Only your creator really has a handle on you.

Uhm… yeah. That’s exactly what I am. Although I’ve gotta say, MS Word really ain’t that bad of a program. I use OpenOffice.org at home, but mostly because it’s legally free, and donating $30 is better than forking $99 over. (Heck, even StarOffice, at $80 is a better deal).

3 thoughts on “Which OS Are You?

  1. Im HP-UX?
    what the heck? i havent even head of that before. Im apparently strong despite the passage of time, and though few understand me, those who do love and respect me.

    Im so confused.

    btw, registered with teh site, not sure what that means.

  2. 1) I think it means you can submit articles and stuff. Not sure. Gotta check.
    2) *heh* You got HP-(s)UX. HP-UX is the overpriced operating system ofspring of Hewlett-Packard. It’s good if you happen to have hundreds of thousands of dollars for server upgrades every 3 years.

  3. So now which article of semi evilness shall i write first? eh? AHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Anyways, having taken the file extension test, i am
    *drumroll*

    .html!

    “You are versatile and improving, but you do have your limits. When you work with amateurs, it can get quite ugly*

    I think this was more accurate thant the OS one as far as im concerned

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