Sunday, May 19, 2013

A complete guide to laptop operating system


WHEN YOU BUY A LAPTOP THESE DAYS YOU ARE NOT JUST BUYING A MACHINE. YOU ARE BUYING THE SOFTWARE THAT RUNS THE MACHINE. YEARS AGO, THERE WEREN'T MANY CHOICES. ALMOST ALL CONSUMERS WENT WITH A WINDOWS LAPTOP. SOME LOYALISTS WOULD CHOOSE MAC, WHILE HARDCORE COMPUTER USERS MIGHT CHOOSE LINUX. THROUGH THE YEARS THAT HAS CHANGED DRASTICALLY.



More people than ever are buying Mac laptops. Windows comes in many forms, including the new Windows 8. There are tons of different Linux builds. Then there are the specialty operating systems. Google has released the Chrome OS for its Chromebook line. Android, too, powers many laptop-like devices. The choices are no longer straight forward. 

If you're looking to buy a laptop, or just want to become more familiar with the options available, this guide will show you the way.

List of all Major Laptop OS with their PROS and CONS:

Mac OSX


While it runs on less than 10 percent of all personal computers, Mac OSX has grown drastically in the last ten years. Fed up with Windows, many people have turned their attentions to Mac OSX on both desktops and laptops.