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Operating Systems Ana Rocha
Transcript of Operating Systems Ana Rocha
What is an operating system?
The software that supports a computer's basic functions, such as scheduling tasks, executing applications, and controlling peripherals.
The leading OS Today
4. Mac OS X
6. Linux Mint
All offer the same concept but the details are what counts. It all depends on what the customer desires.
DISPLAY OF HOW IT COMES ABOUT
BASED ON YOUR NEEDS
What suits you?
behind every OS
Short for Microsoft Disk operating system, MS-DOS is a non-graphical command line operating system derived from 86-DOS that was created for IBM compatible computers. MS-DOS originally written by Tim Paterson and introduced by Microsoft in August 1981 and was last updated in 1994 when MS-DOS 6.22 was released. Today, MS-DOS is no longer used. But the command shell, more commonly known as the Windows command line is still used by many users
What the world uses
based on 2012 reports
Microsoft is the leader
A tight connection of user interface through apps
novice-friendly; wealth of documentation, both official and user-contributed
A stable secure and user friendly .
If you want an exclusive clean and amazing graphic experience
BASICALLY MADE MICROSOFT LOOK BETTER
1982–1985: Introducing Windows 1.0
The Concept of opening and closing windows is new . Where the name originates from.
1987–1992: Windows 2.0–2.11—More windows, more speed
Desktop icons, control panel and expanded memory come in the picture . You can even overlap windows.
1990–1994: Windows 3.0–Windows NT—Getting the graphics
Build in audio driver were now supported and a printing manager was introduced.
1995–2001: Windows 95—the PC comes of age (and don't forget the Internet)
Emails were now used with the internet along with faxes and printers.Created task manager ,start button and the recycle bin.
1998–2000: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me
Contained power management , supported dvd readers , better audio introduced .Usb drives also came about.
2001–2005: Windows XP—Stable, usable, and fast
Improved file securiy ,combined all digital media activities. More reliable.
2006–2008: Windows Vista—Smart on security
User account control, and a better media center.Brand new sleek look.
2009: Windows 7
Laptops were selling out desktops , now touch screen and better interface.
2012: Windows 8
Apps were now in the picture .Much like a mixture or a tablet focused on personal use.
1984 - "The system"
first came out with the first Macintosh
1996 - Mac OS
Version 7.6 popularized graphical interface
1994-2000 Classic Mac OS
revised up to 9 operating systems .Very Monolithic. Limited memory management, lack or protection, flat file system.25% faster than past ones.had a trash can.Single tasking.
2000 Mac OS X
2000 - Public BETA
2001 -Puma & Cheetah
2003 - panther
2005 - tiger
2007 - leopard
2009 - snow leopard
2012 - Mountain Lion
2ND leader in Operating system
Slackware Linux -1992
came on 24 floppy disks,highly technical and very few custom options.All configurations are made by editing text files.Bug free
Debian GNU/Linux -1993
Very stable,remarkable quality control , supports more processor architectures than any other Linux distribution . Very conservative .
Excellent software management infrastructure; unparalleled customization and tweaking options,online documentation.Occasional instability and risk of breakdown, infrequent install media releases.
Out-of-the-box support for graphics drivers, browser plugins and media codes, rolling-release update mechanism; up-to-date software. No out-of-the-box support for non-English languages; lacks release planning and security advisories
Extremely well-tested, stable and reliable; free to download and use; comes with 5-years of free security updates.Lacks latest Linux technologies; occasionally the project fails to live up its promise to deliver timely security updates and new stable releases.
Fixed release cycle and support period; novice-friendly; wealth of documentation, both official and user-contributed. Lacks compatibility with Debian; frequent major changes tend to drive some users away
Highly innovative; outstanding security features; large number of supported packages; strict adherence to the free software philosophy; availability of live CDs featuring many popular desktop environments.Fedora's priorities tend to lean towards enterprise features, rather than desktop usability; some bleeding edge features, such as early switch to KDE 4 and GNOME 3, occasionally alienate some desktop users
Linux Mint- 2006
Superb collection of "minty" tools developed in-house, hundreds of user-friendly enhancements, inclusion of multimedia codes, open to users' suggestions. The alternative "community" editions don't always include the latest features, the project does not issue security advisories.
Beginner-friendly; excellent central configuration utility; very good out-of-the-box support for dozens of languages; installable live media. Lacks reputation and mindshare following its fork from Mandriva, some concern over the developers ability to maintain the distribution long-term on a volunteer basis.
Fast and stable; availability of over 21,000 software applications (or "ports") for installation; very good documentation. Tends to lag behind Linux in terms of support for new and exotic hardware, limited availability of commercial applications; lacks graphical configuration tools
basically the layer beneath every OS
Time Line Of Top Leaders
What Microsoft evolved to...
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