June 29th, 2013
Right now, the top operating systems that people are using across the globe are Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. Each bring their own sets of features and options to the table, but you might be wondering how they stack up against each other. This is the essential guide to the top operating systems!
Windows is arguably the most widely used operating system across the planet because of its bast compatibility and support for a wide array of apps and programs. It is highly Read the rest of this entry »
April 24th, 2013
Windows operating system is one of the easiest operating systems to use. The commands are straightforward and you can find help easily. There are helpful tutorials that come with your computer when you purchase it. Read these tutorials because they will answer many of your questions. Tutorials are also helpful when you want to understand how to do something new with your computer.
They are organized by subject and are very informative. The Windows operating system is the most popular operating system in America. There are a variety of software programs that are compatible with Windows.The whole story can Read the rest of this entry »
January 25th, 2013
Operating Systems For Each Type of Person
The operating system that a user chooses has a substantial impact on the way that they are able to interact with their computer. Choosing the right operating system can make the difference between productivity or frustration. Numerous operating systems exist that are tailored toward various applications. All popular operating systems are able to access the Internet. Some are meant to access it as a client, using a web browser, IRC client or other communications software. Other operating systems access the Internet as a server, particularly UNIX and LINUX variants.
The world’s most popular operating system is Microsoft Windows. This OS comes in many varieties, ranging from the now-outdated Windows 98 to the cutting edge Windows 8. All of these versions are compatible with modern Internet services, such as DSL, cable, fiber optic and CLEAR internet service.
The Macintosh OS, also known as Mac OS X, is primarily used on Apple computers. However, with some effort, it can be made to run on specially configured PCs. Mac OS is lauded for its ease of use and minimal learning curve. However, there is not as broad a range of software available for it as there is on Microsoft Windows. Mac OS is fully compatible with Clearwire Internet, DSL, cable and fiber optic Internet service.
Finally, UNIX and LINUX operating systems are intended for dedicated server operations, such as running Apache, SSH and FTP daemons.
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June 6th, 2012
One of the big question new computer users wonder about is why there are so many different choices when it comes to operating systems. The answer is a complex one, and it many cases it can be ascribed to healthy competition. Beyond that, however, lies the true answer. There are so many different operating systems because there are so many different philosophies about what makes an operating system great. If you asked Steve Jobs and Bill Gates the differences between Windows and OSX, they would have different answers.
OSX believes in a strong design cohesion. It Read the rest of this entry »
June 2nd, 2012
People who have Windows installed as the main operating system on their computers, often want to switch to a simpler system such as Ubuntu. Ubuntu can be installed on a secondary or external hard drive where it can be accessed from the main computer loading screen. People who choose to install Ubuntu often do so, so they can install a previous version of Windows for use with some of their older software programs and games. To add a previous version of Windows to Ubuntu, an emulator program Read the rest of this entry »
June 1st, 2012
When it comes to computers and how they interact with operating systems and the internet, many people don’t understand how they all interact. The basics of computers is that the hardware interacts with the operating system and tells it what to do. If you add in the internet to that, you have a system where the internet interacts with the operating system which then tells the hardware what to do.
In some specific cases, you can do things with the hardware without the operating system. Newer computers have this ability when it comes Read the rest of this entry »
May 30th, 2012
If you are an avid user of open software, Cinnamon is one of the most top-notch desktops that you are utilizing with the most recent release of Cinnamon 1.4. With few bugs to fix, Cinnamon 1.4 is catching a lot of attention from all users. However, Cinnamon is not compatible with Windows, which makes it difficult for users. Cinnamon as of now is Compatible with a Linux as it proclaims its title as “the future desktop for Read the rest of this entry »
May 27th, 2012
There are many differences between windows and android operating systems. One difference that stands out is the way each operating system uses RAM (random access memory). Windows computers run better when there is more free space in the RAM installed on it to load applications and programs. An android operating system uses RAM in a way that’s similar to a buffer. This allows android operating systems to load programs in the background. An application on Read the rest of this entry »