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    • Name:- Yogesh Gandhi Reg No :- 10808452 Roll No :- Rc2801B48 Yogesh 30/4/2010 1
    •  A program that controls the execution of application programs  An interface between applications and hardware  Convenience Makes the computer more convenient to use  Efficiency Allows computer system resources to be used in an efficient manner Yogesh 30/4/2010 2
    •  Performs three types of functions  Manages computer resources  Provides user interface  Runs applications  Hundreds of operating systems  Three basic categories  Embedded – hand-held  Network OS – linked computers  Stand-alone OS – desktop Yogesh 30/4/2010 3
    •  Linux was originally built by Linus Torvalds at the University of Helsinki in 1991.  Linux is a Unix-like, Kernal-based, fully memory- protected, multitasking operating system  It runs on a wide range of hardware from PCs to Macs.  Latest version of Linux is Fedora 12 Yogesh 30/4/2010 4
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    •  First version of Windows – Windows 3.1 released in 1992 by Microsoft.  Microsoft company is owned by Bill Gates.  Windows is a GUI based operating system  It has powerful networking capabilities, is multitasking, and extremely user friendly  It’s Latest version is Windows 7 Yogesh 30/4/2010 6
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    •  Many beginner users find Windows easer to use than other operating systems  Windows has been enjoying an overall advantage over Linux due to Microsoft’s market success because of its broad focus aimed at all kinds of users  Linux has been primary used by advanced computer users – programmers and developers Yogesh 30/4/2010 8
    • One fundamental difference between the two systems is the fact that Linux is "open source". This means that unlike Windows where you only get access to the compiled programs that you run on your machine, with Linux you also get the original computer code to examine and tweak (modify) at your leisure. This also goes to show that Linux users are more advanced Yogesh 30/4/2010 9
    •  Linux falls short in the number of different applications available for it.  There are much more various applications available for Microsoft since the population of Window’s users is greater than Linux’s  Since Microsoft is more popular, the Hardware products are aimed at the biggest market – Windows, such that the product would be sold and used widely Yogesh 30/4/2010 10
    •  Linux programs are distributes freely since they are not developed by commercial software companies, but instead are created under the GNU Public License, which makes the software free  Linux software lacks the GUI and is therefore not “liked” by many users  Windows has its own share of problems – the fact that some software is not compliant for different versions of windows (i.e. Windows 2003 and xp) and that many times the GUI concept is overused such that command arguments cannot be passed to the program Yogesh 30/4/2010 11
    •  Linux contains X-Windows with 2 interfaces – GDK & KDE  Linux offers a choice of four desktops thus allowing the user to work in different windows on different desktop for convenience  Windows, on the other hand, is limited to the way the application windows are laid out on the screen  Windows GUI also has been known for its large memory requirements, where it usually uses a huge chunk of RAM for visual components Yogesh 30/4/2010 12
    •  Linux requires 386 architecture to run. Thus, it is compatible with any improved architecture such as 486, Pentium, Pentium Pro, etc.  There are drivers available for much many types of hardware devices  Linux program installation seems to be easier since it only requires a restart when hardware device has been changed  Linux supports multiple copies of the Kernel on the system such that if an error is encountered and the Kernel becomes corrupted, a different copy of the Kernel can be used to boot up the system Yogesh 30/4/2010 13
    •  Linux seems to be more prepared for protecting itself because of the beginning developments of Linux, UNIX, and FreeBSD which were aimed at top notch security  Linux allows does not create registry keys in a way Windows does allowing a user to browse installed components registry keys, which contain important information  Linux is more virus proof since viruses – malicious programs either cannot be run automatically on the Linux machine, or simply are not capable of being executed on a 386 architecture  Windows is often known for a large amount of loop holes Yogesh 30/4/2010 14
    •  Not enough test benchmarks for Linux to compare it to Windows  Linux technology is used wider and software is ported to Linux more often.  User should be comfortable with the OS Yogesh 30/4/2010 15