OS Collections

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Windows

Microsoft Windows Server OS (operating system) is a series of enterprise-class server operating systems designed to share services with multiple users and provide extensive administrative control of data storage, applications and corporate networks. ... Windows NT had the ability to run on less costly x86 machines.

Redhat Linux

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a distribution of the Linux operating system developed for the business market. RHEL was formerly known as Red Hat Linux Advanced Server. RHEL is based on free, open source code. ... The RHEL operating system (OS) supports diverse workloads in physical, virtualized and cloud environments.

SUSE Linux

SUSE Linux (/ˈsuːsə/ or /ˈsuːzə/; German: [ˈzuːzə]) is a computer operating system developed by SUSE. It is built on top of the free and open source Linux kernel and is distributed with system and application software from other open source projects. ... SUSE continues to operate as an independent business unit.

CentOS

CentOS (/ˈsɛntɒs/, from Community Enterprise Operating System) is a discontinued Linux distribution that provides a free and open-source community-supported computing platform, functionally compatible with its upstream source, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

Ubuntu

Ubuntu is an open-source operating system (OS) based on the Debian GNU/Linux distribution. Ubuntu incorporates all the features of a Unix OS with an added customizable GUI, which makes it popular in universities and research organizations. ... Ubuntu is an African word that literally means "humanity to others."

Debian

Debian is a popular and freely-available computer operating system that uses the Linux kernel and other program components obtained from the GNU project. Debian can be downloaded over the Internet or, for a small charge, obtained on CD. ... Debian was one of the first free software projects, begun in 1993 by Ian Murdock.