Operation systems are software applications that manage hardware and other software applications on a computer, giving the program a common platform, thus facilitating its functionality and allowing the computer to function. The operating system is critical for almost all modern devices to run- from Cell-phones to Smart-gadgets. In fact, many operating systems have been developed specifically to run on specific hardware.
Microsoft Windows still remains the most common desktop operating system both at home and in the office. The commonly used desktop operating systems include OS X, Linux, and Windows. With a market share of 76.56%, Microsoft Windows is expected to be the world’s predominant desktop OS in December 2020.
Windows 95, Windows XP, and Windows 7 are noteworthy OS variant releases, as well as Windows 10. Windows 10 is the latest addition to the Windows OS family that runs on PCs, tablets, and embedded devices.
Microsoft introduced the Windows operating system in 1985. Today, it remains one of the most popular and user-friendly operating systems on the market. Users can easily manage their Windows devices without knowing the commands or coding.
Discover the timeline of Windows Operating Systems, its different iterations, and versions over time, and their performance both technically and commercially in the past.
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