Best Operating Systems
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Operating System Overview
What are Operating Systems?Operating systems are the central nervous systems of a computer. It performs basic tasks, such as recognizing input from the keyboard, displaying data on the screen, and controlling peripheral devices such as disk drives and printers. It also manages basic security functions ensuring that there is no unauthorized access to the computer.
Operating Systems Products
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Ubuntu Linux is a Linux-based operating system for personal computers, tablets and smartphones. There is also a Server version which is used on physical or virtual servers in the data center.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a Linux distribution mainly used in commercial data centers.
CentOS is a Linux distribution is an enterprise OS platform compatible with its source RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
Oracle Linux is a free distribution of the Linux open-source operating system. It is based on the Red Hat Linux source code.
The SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is distribution of the Linux operating system originally developed in Germany.
IBM AIX (for Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is a Unix operating system, developed, offered and supported by IBM.
Oracle Solaris is a Linux operating system which was originally developed by Sun Microsystems and became an Oracle product after the acquisition of Sun in 2010.
IBM i is an operating system for IBM Power Systems and IBM PureSystems.
Xinuos in Berkeley offers OpenServer 10 is a 64-bit operating system based on FreeBSD, designed to support enterprise business applications.
Xinuos in Berkeley offers SCO UnixWare 7, the company's UNIX based operating system.