Desktop

Desktop

There are several operating systems available in the market for desktop and laptop computers. The world's most used OS for personal computers is Microsoft Windows, while Apple macOS comes in second place. It is easy and not so confusing to switch on any different operating system in your personal computer, while on mobile devices, which switch to any different OS, it is a difficult task for everyday users. Many desktop and laptop computer manufacturers sell their computers without installing any operating system, so the end user can install any operating system.

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Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windows is currently the most popular desktop / laptop operating system, which has more than 80% market share of the global desktop operating system market. It was developed by Microsoft, and the first public version was released in 1985. Windows is usually used on personal compu...

 

Windows 7

Windows 7 (the successor to Windows Vista) was released to the public on October 22, 2009, and was more successful than Windows Vista. The graphical user interface of Windows 7 is similar to Windows Vista, glass-like interface design (known as Windows Aero) is available in all versions of Windows 7 ...

 

Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a free and open source Linux operating system (currently the most popular Linux distribution) installed on over 40 million personal computers, and is installed on a large number of servers around the world. At present, there are four different editions of the operating system, which are Ub...

 

Windows 10

Windows 10 (the successor to Windows 8 / 8.1) was released for the first time to public on July 29, 2015, it was available for many device platforms like desktop / laptop PC, smartphone, tablet etc., and it uses the same software ecosystem in all platforms. Windows 10 is an opera...

 

Fedora

Fedora is a free and open source Linux operating system (or distribution) that has been developed by contributions from community members and Red Hat. Fedora was designed for personal computers and servers, and is currently available in three different editions, which are for Workstation (for person...

 

Linux Mint

Linux Mint is a free and open source Linux distribution (or operating system) based on Ubuntu and Debian. The operating system is fully focused on desktop computers (instead of server), even no server version exists. Linux Mint comes with a beautiful and modern graphical user interface, which has th...

 

Kali Linux

Kali Linux (formerly known as BackTrack) is a free and open source Linux operating system specially designed for penetration testing (computer system security) using a wide range of available security tools. According to the Kali Linux tools directory, there are hundreds of pre-installed security to...

 

CloudReady

CloudReady is a Chromium OS based operating system as a service for consumers, educational institutions and enterprises. CloudReady OS can be installed on PC and Mac with the support of older hardware, makes your computer a secure, easy to manage and never slow down device. All the power of the web ...

 

Manjaro Linux

Manjaro Linux is a free and open source Linux distribution (or operating system) designed specifically for desktop / laptop computers. Manjaro is based on Arch Linux Distribution, and uses the Arch Package Manager named 'Pacman' as its package manager system. The operating system is considered ...

 

Windows XP

Windows XP was released to the public on October 25, 2001, the first two versions released by the company were Home and Professional. The Home version was targeted to home PC users, while the Professional version was designed for business and professionals. Prior to Windows 7 market dominance, Windo...



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