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Microsoft Vs Apple Vs Linux Operating Systems

Microsoft Vs Apple Vs Linux Operating Systems Image Description:Apple , Linux & Windows

Apple Inc developing operating system only for their customer who purchase Apple Desktop or Apple Latop then Linux is a Free Open Source Software(FOSS) which is giving away for free anyone and the end user can modify the source code of the entire operating system with copy-left licence and windows is a Microsoft Corporation product which is charging money for an Operating system but these three Operating System Developer made
huge Competition between them and they are launching their own operating system next to next.

Macintosh - Apple launched Snow Leopard in August,2009
Windows - Microsoft launched windows 7 an update of vista in August,2009
Linux - As of now there are more than million distribution across the globe and they are updating their Linux packages

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