Top 9 operating system worthy to give a try.

When we go to the computer we also see Windows, here are 9 types of operating systems from small to large who feel bored Windows can install and experience to know why the system Windows is the most user in the world.

1. Linux, FreeBSD, and some other distributions.

Linux is not to mention the operating systems that can be installed on a computer, and it’s an ideal operating system to run after Windows and OS X. Because Linux is open source, there are quite a few. Distributions, such as Ubuntu, Mint are the most used Linux distributions today.
Similar to Linux, FreeBSD is also a branch of development parallel to Linux. Though developed in a different way, FreeBSD uses many same soft wares as Linux distributions, so its use is closer and more familiar if you already know Linux.


2. Chrome OS

Built on the Linux kernel, Google Chrome OS is optimized for web applications. The user interface is greatly simplified, just like in the Google Chrome browser. Since the web browser is the only app (currently) available in the device, Google Chrome OS targets users who spend most of their time working with their computer on the Internet. It can be seen that the Chrome OS is a general purposed computer operating system, and to replace installing on laptops with separate hardware configurations.

Chrome OS

3. SteamOS

As the product is developed by Valve from the Linux kernel, SteamOS is a free operating system and is designed to deliver a better gaming experience. Valve says that this is a combination of solid Linux architecture with an optimized gaming experience for large screens.

Valve said there will be “hundreds of titles” available on SteamOS next year, including the AAA titles. And in 2015, the computers that are set to be available for SteamOS will be called Steam Machines, and SteamOS will be developed more fully so that users can install on any computer configuration they want.


4. Android 

An operating system which is developed from the Linux kernel but Android is designed to work on the mobile platform Google. However, Android is now designed to work on more configurations like laptops and desktops.However, if you do not want to spend money on getting your Android device up and running, you can install and run Android on a traditional PC using Intel chips.


5. Mac OS X

As the operating system was developed by Apple, Mac OS X is installed on the Mac line of the company. OS X offers a more subtle and less colorful experience than other operating systems. The only point that prevents users from installing OS X on machines with the same configurations of other manufacturers is to license in principle the same limitations on the hardware control software.However, there is now a community for building OS X versions that can run on Mac-like machines and bypass barriers to licensing, they are called hackintoshes.

Mac OS X

6. Haiku

The project was developed from BeOS, promising to bring users a lightweight operating system with popular open source software such as Mozilla based browser, email reader, movie player, listen to music, and convert and some small games. Of course, it also has a special tabbed window.Currently Haiku is still in alpha stage but you can download the demo through the developer’s website.


7. eComStation

It was a collaborative project between Microsoft and IBM, but Microsoft later withdrew to develop MS-DOS and other versions of Windows. And IBM continued to work but soon ceased development of the operating system.Then a company called Serenity Systems has continued its eComStation distribution and development work with more integrated enhancements and enhancements. Since it’s still experimental, it’s hard to avoid the limitations of installing and using eComStation.


8.  ReactOS

An open source operating system developed from the Linux kernel with the goal of becoming an alternative to Windows. ReactOS has a user interface similar to Windows and it also supports running Windows software on Linux or OS X.While ReactOS is still in the alpha phase, the path to becoming a second Windows is still pretty long.


9. SkyOS

Unlike other operating systems, SkyOS is a proprietary operating system and you have to pay for it. Because it is not open source and has few users, it has been discontinued since 2009, and by 2013 the final beta of SkyOS has been free for users to download and pre-trial.


Reginald Jimenez