Well, I admit I’m not off Windows. I use everyday. But I love antiX and MX. Just this week I had a crash on a Vista laptop. I ended up just wiping it off the disk and installed a dual boot with MX and antiX. No more Vista! It’s a dead OS anyway. But not antiX! It’s alive and well.
I was going through “old unread” messages and I came across this one today. Now that I’m retired the only time I even SEE a computer running Windows is if I see someone else’s computer. My wife has a laptop we rarely turn on that has or had Windows on it; it’s collecting dust. If I go to a library I can use Windows, but I usually bring my own laptop and connect to their wired or wireless network. I finished my last day at a professional job in the first week of January 2018, working only a couple of days to wrap up some testing. Since then I’ve used Chromebooks a lot more – using one now in fact. The rest of the time I use a laptop with several Linux distributions and I cycle through them on a weekly basis, with 70% of the time spent in either MX Linux, Debian, or antiX, and I have more “instances” of antiX installed than any other distribution, which makes sense because the laptop is between 5-6 years old – my how time passes; I still remember getting it after it had been available almost a year – the Dell Inspiron 5558.