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what is the operating system?

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06-25-2008, 11:21 AM
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please anybody tell me about the operating system.

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Windows
linux

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Don't forget about Mac

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Operating system is a program providing you working with the computer. The basic program, without it you will be unable to play, write, read, surfing inet - nothing.

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Linux has a bunch that are in its name. Then theres, Windows 98,2000,server 03,XP,Vista,Vista Premium,Vista Business.

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Don't forget DOS, and Windows 3.1

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Originally Posted by MikeDVB View Post
Don't forget DOS, and Windows 3.1
Lets not forget BOB then.

(I know it technically isn't an OS, but it basically was)

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Bob was a "shell" (I use shell loosly, it was more like a program that ran on top of windows) for 3.1 and 95, but never really went anywhere, and was discontinued before 98.

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me knows

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Originally Posted by alisha View Post
please anybody tell me about the operating system.
The "Operating System" is what your computer uses to determine how you view things on your computer. Most computers come with Windows (OS) built in. Different versions, of course.

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