How long since Windows last fell over ?

Thanks to the folks at Uptime Project it’s a question I’ll never wonder about the answer to again…..

UPTIME: offbeatmammal - http://www.uptime-project.net
My Vaio
UPTIME: offbeatmammal-MCE - http://www.uptime-project.net
My MCE machine

it’s only a shame that you can’t create multiple machines under once account (would make it easier to manage a profile) but I guess if I wanted to track the laptop, the MediaCentre and the office machine together I could set up three accounts and put them together in their own league.
Shame they don’t have an OSX client yet (they only have Windows and Linux options) – would help answer the question of which platform is most stablešŸ˜‰

Of course, the real shame is that WinXP and OSX even after all these years of tweaking and architecting still require reboots after patching/upgrading and (even worse) installing/uninstalling programs. I can’t remember the last time I rebooted for the fun of it, but a couple of times in a day because of an installation and a WindowsUpdate session is just frustrating.

One Response to “How long since Windows last fell over ?”

  1. Brent Says:

    Seeing how OS X is based on BSD, you should be able to use a Linux/Unix client on OS X through the shell.

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