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.
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.
Chrome OS is a lightweight operating system developed by Google, designed primarily for Chromebooks and Chromebox devices. It is built around the Google Chrome web browser and emphasizes cloud-based computing. Chrome OS offers fast boot times, automatic updates, and a secure environment focused on web-based applications and services.