Operating System (OS)
An operating system is the software that directly manages a system’s hardware and resources, like CPU, memory, and storage.
macOS is Apple's operating system for Macintosh computers. It offers a user-friendly interface, integration with Apple's ecosystem, and features like iCloud and Siri. It provides a stable and secure platform, empowering users with a range of built-in apps and a seamless experience across devices.
Windows also known as Microsoft Windows or Win is a graphical operating system developed and published by Microsoft. It provides a way to store files, run the software, connect to the Internet, and lots more.
Linux is an open-source, community-driven operating system (OS) that is built on the Unix foundation. It offers compatibility across various computer platforms, such as x86, ARM, and SPARC, and extends its support to computers, servers, mainframes, mobile devices, and embedded systems. With its widespread adoption, Linux has become one of the most extensively supported operating systems available.
Android OS is a popular mobile operating system developed by Google. It powers a wide range of smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and other devices. Android offers a customizable interface, access to millions of apps through the Google Play Store, and features such as voice commands, notifications, and multi-tasking capabilities.
iOS is Apple's mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. It provides a secure and intuitive platform for users to access apps, browse the internet, communicate, and more. With a focus on simplicity and performance, iOS offers a seamless and cohesive user experience across Apple devices.
WebOS is an operating system designed for smart TVs, smartwatches, and other connected devices. Developed by LG Electronics, it offers a user-friendly interface, access to a variety of apps, and advanced features like voice control and content recommendations. WebOS provides a seamless and interactive experience for connected devices.