NIn computing, an operating system (OS) is software (programs and data) that provides an interface between the hardware and other software. The OS is responsible for management and coordination of processes and allocation and sharing of hardware resources such as RAM and disk space, and acts as a host for computing applications running on the OS. An operating system may also provide orderly accesses to the hardware by competing software routines. This relieves the application programmers from having to manage these details.ew node
New Connecting to Wi-Fi networks, has become more streamlined and easy.
What is teached in school to us
Limited Usage, Not free
Not stable, BSOD
Does not have good applications
Free software and open source
Many crashes, unstable
Hardware not standard
Not many companies make programs for Linux.
Targeted less by viruses and spyware
Easy to install and east installation of Apps.
you have to pay for new hardware