Top Open Source Operating System

Ubuntu


Ubuntu is a global professional development team to build the operating system. It contains all the applications you need: Browser, Office suite, multimedia programs, instant messaging and so on. Ubuntu is an open source alternative to Windows and Office products.

Because of its excellent open-source community environment, as well as the relative area of the desktop operating system, superior performance, Ubuntu is the most talked open source operating system. 





FreeBSD



FreeBSD is an advanced operating system, its support for x86 compatible (including Pentium ® and Athlon ™), amd64 compatible (including Opteron ™, Athlon ™ 64 and EM64T), ARM, IA-64, PC-98 and UltraSPARC ® architectures. FreeBSD derived from BSD-University of California, Berkeley version of UNIX ® developed its volunteers from around the world the development and maintenance.






Google Chrome OS



Google Chrome OS for the Internet is a lightweight open-source operating system. In the Chrome OS most of the applications will be completed in the Web, rapid, simple, safety is the focus of Chrome OS features, Chrome OS users need not worry about viruses, malware, trojans, security updates and other annoying things.









Android






Developed by Google's open-source operating system, Android, is currently used in mobile phones and the Internet and other small mobile devices.












CentOS





CentOS is RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) source code and then compile the product, but also in RHEL based on the amendments to a number of known Bug, compared to other Linux distributions, its stability trusted. 

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