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on Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:54 pm
IOS and WINDOWS: PROS AND CONS

IOS:

IOS is Apple's mobile operating system. It runs on the company's iPod, iPhone and iPad devices. Like Mac OS X, it can only be used on Apple's mobile devices. One advantage of iOS is that more applications are available for it than for any other mobile operating system. As of summer 2011, it has approximately 400,000 to Android's 300,000. This increases the chances that users will find the type of app they're looking for. The system's key features include multitasking support, which allows users to run multiple apps simultaneously, and FaceTime, a video chat program that comes pre-installed on iOS devices.

Windows;

Windows is an operating system owned and operated by Microsoft. It differs from open source systems in that only Microsoft has the ability to make changes to the code. However, it also differs from Mac OS X in that it can be installed on a variety of different computers from a host of competing manufacturers, offering the user more freedom of choice when it comes to hardware. According to Net Market Share, Windows is the most widely used operating system. The latest version as of the date of publication includes touchscreen support, which combines the usability of a touchscreen tablet with the power of a desktop computer. It also features "Play To" and "Remote Media Streaming," which allow you to play media from your computer on other devices in its vicinity and to access your media when you're away from your computer.
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Re: Pros and Cons

on Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:55 pm
IOS and WINDOWS: PROS AND CONS

IOS:

IOS is Apple's mobile operating system. It runs on the company's iPod, iPhone and iPad devices. Like Mac OS X, it can only be used on Apple's mobile devices. One advantage of iOS is that more applications are available for it than for any other mobile operating system. As of summer 2011, it has approximately 400,000 to Android's 300,000. This increases the chances that users will find the type of app they're looking for. The system's key features include multitasking support, which allows users to run multiple apps simultaneously, and FaceTime, a video chat program that comes pre-installed on iOS devices.

Windows;

Windows is an operating system owned and operated by Microsoft. It differs from open source systems in that only Microsoft has the ability to make changes to the code. However, it also differs from Mac OS X in that it can be installed on a variety of different computers from a host of competing manufacturers, offering the user more freedom of choice when it comes to hardware. According to Net Market Share, Windows is the most widely used operating system. The latest version as of the date of publication includes touchscreen support, which combines the usability of a touchscreen tablet with the power of a desktop computer. It also features "Play To" and "Remote Media Streaming," which allow you to play media from your computer on other devices in its vicinity and to access your media when you're away from your computer.
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on Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:57 pm
Android
Android is a "mobile" operating system maintained by the Open Handset Alliance, a group of companies and organizations that contribute to the system's development under the management of Google Inc. The system is an "open standard," meaning that an entire community of developers can alter the software, not just Google. Android comes pre-installed on smartphones and tablet PCs for which it was designed. As of the date of publication, all four major smartphone carriers -- Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T -- have Android devices available. A variety of manufacturers also make Android-compatible devices.

* One of the main benefits of the system's open source status is that developers can create different versions of its basic programs, allowing users greater freedom to customize their mobile devices.
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Re: Pros and Cons

on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:05 pm
OS , LINUX and WINDOWS
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on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:09 pm
Microsoft Windows isn't the only operating system for personal computers, or even the best... it's just the best-distributed. Its inconsistent behavior and an interface that changes radically with every version are the main reasons people find computers difficult to use. Microsoft adds new bells and whistles in each release, and claims that this time they've solved the countless problems in the previous versions... but the hype is never really fulfilled. Windows 7 offers little new: it's basically Vista without quite so many mistakes built into it. The upgrade prices serve primarily to keep the cash flowing to Microsoft, to subsidize their efforts to take over other markets. A slew of intrusive "features" in the recent versions benefit Microsoft at the expensive of both your privacy and your freedom. Switching to Windows 7 requires buying new hardware and learning a new system, so instead consider switching to something better. There's an exciting array of interesting operating systems out there, and the overall quality of them is stronger than ever.
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on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:10 pm
The Mac OS user interface inspired the creation of Windows, and is still the target Microsoft is trying to equal. As a popular consumer product, there's plenty of software available for it, and it's moving beyond its traditional niches of graphic design, education, and home use, into general business use (after all, Apple Corp. runs on it). OS X (ten), uses Unix technology, which makes it more stable and secure than Windows. But the real star is OS X's visual interface, which shows the difference between Microsoft's guesswork in this area and Apple's innovative design work: it's both beautiful and easy to use. The main "negative" to Mac OS is that you need to buy an Apple computer to use it, but that's not much of a sacrifice: in addition to being stylish, they're top-notch in quality, and both faster and less expensive than you might expect. Apple has a section of their site for people wondering if they can switch to Mac OS
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on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:11 pm
Linux ("LIH-nux") is a free Unix-like operating system, originally developed by programmers who who simply love the challenge of solving problems and producing quality software... even if that means giving the resulting product away. Not coincidentally, there's also a wealth of free software for it. Unlike proprietary operating systems, which are usually controlled in every detail by a single company, Linux has a standard consistent core (called the "kernel") around which many varieties (known as "distributions") have been produced by various companies and organisations. Some are aimed at geeks, some focus on the needs of business users, and some are designed with typical home users in mind. It has become a popular option for the makers of inexpensive "netbooks" and laptops to preinstall. You can test-drive Linux with versions such as Knoppix which runs directly from a CD without affecting the OS on your hard drive. Most individuals should start with one of the mainstream distributions, such as Ubuntu, Mandriva, or Linspire. Businesses might prefer RedHat/Fedora, Novell/SUSE, or CentOS. Geeks should check out Debian, Slackware, and Gentoo. Linux is a first-rate choice for servers; this site is a Linux system.
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Re: Pros and Cons

on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:14 pm
Para sa akin lahat naman ng mga operating system ay sobrang helpful satin ngayon.Kaya kahit anon pa yan kaya naman natin itong pag aralan at magamit hanggang sa hinaharap.Thankful for that dahil may naka-imbento nyan. Smile
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on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:16 pm
Ma'am Monday wrote:The most popular operating system was the Windows made by Microsoft Corporation. There are many available operating system that can perform as good as Windows. Can you name an operating system? Compare it to Windows. Give their pros and cons.

Linux vs Windows
Windows and Linux are two examples of desktop operating system. They are different based on their function and specifications. Windows (licensed copy) are  more expensive about $99 to $199 USD while Linux is entirely free. In terms of easy of use,  Windows are more easier to use.  It is simpler and the design is for daily activities. in the other hand, Linux require a deeper understanding of the underlying system to perform day-to-day functions. Linux is notoriously reliable and secure. It has a strong focus on process management, system security, and uptime. Microsoft Windows is considered less reliable than Linux. Linux is a highly secure operating system. Microsoft is the primary target for malicious coders and as a result, of all major operating systems, Microsoft Windows is the most likely to be the victim of viruses and malware.

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Re: Pros and Cons

on Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:35 pm
OS or WINDOWS???
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Re: Pros and Cons

on Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:04 pm
MAC OS
Macs have a built-in program called BootCamp, which allows you to install Windows, Linux or other operating systems in addition to OS X. Setting up a dual boot system in OS X is infinitely easier than it is in Windows. It’s also super easy to switch between the two operating systems. Macs are less complicated and more intuitive to use. This is a very debatable point and the reason why I also list it as a con in the section below. If you’ve always been a Windows user, it can initially be counter-intuitive to use, however, I’ve found that it’s more logical once you get used to it.

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