The most widely used operating systems are listed below. Despite the fact that all three are popular, there are substantial distinctions between
MAC, and Windows. Windows is the most popular operating system, with 90% of people preferring it to the other two. Linux is the least popular operating system, with only 1% of users using it. MAC is a popular operating system with a worldwide user base of 7%
When it comes to malware, Windows is the most vulnerable. This is owing to the fact that the user base is larger. Malware is extremely unlikely to damage Linux. When it comes to Malware, the MAC is similar.
Windows is costly, with prices starting at $100. Linux is a free operating system that anybody can download and use. MAC is more expensive than Windows, and users are obliged to purchase an Apple-built MAC system.
The initial version of Windows was introduced in 1985. On top of MS-DOS, it was designed to be a graphical user interface. MS-DOS functions were later merged into the Windows 95 version. It was a great hit in and paved the way for the Windows upgrade. Apple's operating system is older than Microsoft's Windows. It was released for the first time in 1984.
It was designed from the start to be a graphical user interface. The MAC OS design and structure were modified to an Intel x86-based architecture in 2005. It was first created at a Finnish university. It was created for GNU developers and launched in 1991. It was later incorporated into Linux by GNU developers. It is available to consumers, and anyone can utilise it according to their preferences.