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elementary OS

The elementary OS is a free and open source Linux operating system (or distribution) designed for desktop and laptop computers. It is based on Ubuntu, and the new version is released in the market after the release of the LTS version of Ubuntu. In the operating system there are features and user int...

 

Deepin

Deepin is an free and open source Linux operating system based on Debian (stable branch). It provides a beautiful, user-friendly, safe and stable experience, with beautiful design that you can use it for work, personal use or entertainment. The graphical environment used in Deepin&nbs...

 

MX Linux

MX Linux is an free and open source Linux operating system called the midweight and simple desktop OS. It is based on Debian stable branch and is using core antiX components with more software created by the MX community. About MX Linux, The developer team and community goal is to combine ...

 

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...

 

Kubuntu

Kubuntu is an Ubuntu-based Linux operating system currently developed and maintained by the community. It uses the same built-in system as Ubuntu, with each package in Kubuntu sharing the same repository as Ubuntu, and it is released regularly similar to Ubuntu. The main difference between them...

 

Ubuntu MATE

Ubuntu MATE is an Ubuntu-based Linux operating system available free and open-source. It uses the same built-in system as Ubuntu, shares the same repository as Ubuntu in each package of Ubuntu MATE, and it is released regularly, similar to Ubuntu. The main difference between them is Ubuntu MATE uses...

 

Windows Vista

Windows Vista (the successor to Windows XP) was first released to the public on January 30, 2007. The graphical interface of Windows Vista was heavily modified with those small UI components like checkboxes, input fields, loaders and radio buttons. In addition to this there are many more new graphic...

 

Windows 8

Windows 8 (the successor to Windows 7) was released to the public on October 26, 2012, with a new redesigned user interface that makes it easy to use Windows on tablets and touchscreen devices. The new interface for the operating system was based on Microsoft's 'Metro' design language, which was lat...

 

Android-x86

Android-x86 is an free and open source Android operating system based on AOSP (Android Open Source Project), which aims to enable Android to run on x86 CPU architecture devices, such as PCs and netbooks powered by Intel or AMD processors.The project, formerly known as "Patch Hosting for Android x86 ...

 

Zorin OS

Zorin OS is an Ubuntu-based Linux operating system designed primarily for personal computers, however, the Ultimate edition has the most advanced feature, allowing you to use it on your business computer, or for professional use. Zorin OS makes your computer faster, safer and more powerful. It ...



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