Windows, Linux or Mac?

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by MetalHeader, Feb 21, 2018.

  1. MetalHeader

    MetalHeader New Member

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    Where do you develop?

    I develop on Windows, and reboot to Mandrake for everything else.
     
  2. Gameicreate

    Gameicreate New Member

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    I always prefer Linux and MAC both. I don't like windows
     
  3. tmcarey

    tmcarey New Member

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    I use Windows as my primary development platform for Windows and Android development.

    Recently, I set up my Mac and connected to my Windows PC from a shared folder so I can develop for Mac/iOS but still have all of the files on my Windows computer.
     
  4. tamil96

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    Windows is the best platform whihc is used to create a website in both Windows phone and android Phone.
     
  5. boczek

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    I use windows for work but still thinking to try to use a Linux.
     
  6. higgipoker

    higgipoker New Member

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    GNU/Linux at work and home for development. Windows 10 for games. Mac for media creation / consumption.
     
  7. ManuelMarino

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    I think that Windows is a kind of obliged move. You can't go anywhere without it. My two cents.
     

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