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Operating Systems by Mind Map: Operating Systems
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Operating Systems

An operating system (OS) is an interface between hardware and user which is responsible for the management and coordination of activities and the sharing of the resources of the computer that acts as a host for computing applications run on the machine.

What % use windows?


Cell Phone Operating Systems


2)Glide o.s 3.0, 3), 4)jolicloud, 5)eyeOS, eyeOS:eyeOS is an open source web desktop following the cloud computing concept that leverages collaboration and communication among users. It is mainly written in PHP, XML, and JavaScript. It acts as a platform for web applications written using the eyeOS Toolkit. It includes a Desktop environment with 67 applications and system utilities.[3] It is accessible by portable devices via its mobile front end.[4], jolicloud:It is meant to boot quickly, and be very easy to install. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G modems should work right after installation.[5] Jolicloud supports all the major netbooks from suppliers such as Asus, Acer, Dell, MSI and Samsung.[6], service provides, over the Internet, a working environment that mimics the classic desktop provided by personal computer operating systems., Glide o.s 3.0:Pros-In metacomputing, WebOS and Web operating system are terms that describe network services for internet scale distributed computing, as in the WebOS Project at UC Berkeley,[1] and the WOS Project.[2] In both cases the scale of the web operating system extends across the internet, like the web.Cons-

icloud:Pros-50gb online storage,online file system


Apple:Through the second half of the 1980s, the company built market share only to see it dissipate in the 1990s as the personal computer market shifted towards IBM PC compatible machines running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows.

OSX:The first version released was Mac OS X Server 1.0 in 1999, and a desktop-oriented version, Mac OS X v10.0 "Cheetah" followed on March 24, 2001. Releases of Mac OS X are named after big cats: for example, Mac OS X v10.6 is usually referred to by Apple and users as "Snow Leopard". The server edition, Mac OS X Server, is architecturally identical to its desktop counterpart, and includes tools to facilitate management of workgroups of Mac OS X machines, and to provide access to network services. These tools include a mail transfer agent, a Samba server,

Leopard:According to Apple, Leopard contains over 300 changes and enhancements over its predecessor, Mac OS X Tiger,[2] covering core operating system components as well as included applications and developer tools.