Team Windows Central recently wrapped up why we're proud to call ourselves Windows users in 2018. Our team story featured 12 writers on why they love the platform, spanning productivity, entertainment, flexibility, and much more. And while we recommend checking out our reasons, we also want to hear from you.
We're looking to hear why you're proud to use Windows today, using Windows Central's own forums or the hashtag the #PCproud on social media. We plan to feature our favorite community responses in the coming weeks, with prizes potentially on the line.
As usual, hit the forum thread linked below for a full lowdown on our #PCProud campaign, providing your reasons for being a proud Windows user. We'll be hanging out in the forums, so sound off and share your thoughts via the link below.
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