I decided to give an overview of the OS I worked with 🙂 I will try to be as detailed as possible in my descriptions and honest in my assessments, as far as possible 🙂 I will try to give a classification for the vision of the operating system, productivity, the class of users for which it is appropriate 🙂

Така значи ще започна с най масовите отрочета колкото и да не ми се ще да си го призная М$ Windows през кариерата ми съм позлвал следните прозорци 3.11, 95, 98, ME, 2000, HR, 2003, Vista 🙂 in general, things in M ​​$ systems are as simple as possible for the user, everything is done with a few clicks. There is no particular need for “vizsha” computer knowledge to be able to work without problems with it 🙂 With extremely poorly implemented structure administrator user, extremely susceptible to hacker attacks and viruses and other malicious code. A few words for each edition

3.11 -before her I think there is 3.10 and 3.1 but I'm not sure 🙂 3.11 is a complement to M $ DOS rather than a self-implemented operating system. It is a graphical addition with a set of rather limited tools 🙂

95 is the first self-installing standalone OS on M $ 🙂 in general I don't have enough impressions to comment on the basics but it started a completely different view of things

98 is perhaps one of the best kids exquisitely configurable and with an insanely low level of security (admin s 1 command) 😉 with the interpretation and waving of passwords for modem connections, etc. ex what times were 🙂

2000,2003 are mainly server releases with an improved level of security, network support, etc. In general, they are difficult for games but for servers 😉

XP in my opinion the pearl in the crown of M $ the best window. extremely comfortable working balance between performance vision and security. after inserting SP2 the official holes are insignificant absolutely unnecessary for script kids 😉

Vista last child of M $ and company perhaps the worst realized their pig good vision extremely low performance huge load on hardware iron. The positive side is that it is packed with an insane amount of drivers and is well compatible with most components and is preferred by leimers who do not know how to download drivers 🙂

I was quite soft 😉 Now I continue the review with linnusk distributions my absolute favorites (I hope to be impartial as much as possible 🙂 😉

in general I have tried most known and not so well distributions, The characteristic of Linux distributions is that they require a good knowledge of the hardware for proper configuration. (although there is already pain distroci for lamers) extremely security, reliability, good for both home use and perfect for a server (with advantage over the second) Personalized Slackware Distributions, Debian, Knoppix, Ubuntu, Fedora, Slax, DammSmall, Puppy, BackTrack, SuSE, Mandrek, Mandriva, gOS and I still can't think of them 🙂 I'll divide them into groups that it's hard for me to be able to do a review for each 🙂 😉

Slackware – to me this is one of the oldest ditrots hell stable light 🙂 convenient for servers preferred by baked linuxers 🙂 😉 I have used it for about a year only superlatives I can pour. Its special problem is the difficult installation of the software and all the things to know that they are as they should be are done by hand 🙂 😉

Debian – my absolute favorite is definitely my favorite, relatively old distribution, characterized by its easy operation and relatively difficult configuration 🙂 extremely easy software installation and package management with the apt-get tool 🙂

Ubuntu, Knoppix, these are Debian derivatives with a much friendlier attitude to users with less knowledge in the field, especially Ubuntu, in my opinion, has the best support among all distributions 🙂

Slax, Backtrack these are Slakware derivatives as the second is designed for the hacker society is packed with almost everything you need for good deeds 😉

Mandrek, Mandriva mandreka is basically my first Linux, but in general my impressions were quite a bit that it clicks here and there until I learn the mandriva is a continuation of the old mandreka as a whole distributions that are more than 1CD I do not respect them 😉

Fedora I started it several times easy to use based on RHEL, in general I already loved the debuts, otherwise there is still good package support as far as I know

SuSE is great, I used it a bit already as an advanced user, at one time it was a terrible distribution, slow, heavy, resource-intensive, but I heard that they improved it a lot with good tools for processing packages.

DS, Puppy, these are minimalist discs that are intended for small flash drives

In general, these are the most things there are and I can't think of more because a luncher has to try most things to be sure which is his distribution 😉 which one best suits his mother-in-law's tie 😈

MAC OS X is last on my list but not the last in importance. In general, I only used the verses 10.5.2 Leopard and I'm also a big fan 🙂 I only need to get a normal video card to do everything normally. Otherwise, this is an OS that is good for both lamers and advanced admins 😉 Beautiful with high performance in general, it is November one in my scream as it is combined with all the factors and ease of use. The big downside is that Apple only develops it for certain hardware and everything else is just written by guys for fun and fame 🙂 and poor hardware support is a serious problem.

Basically this is for a cone I just left a review of the x64 platform 🙂

x86 vs x64 in general 64 the bit OS should work sensitively and better with 32 btovi collected separately that the children of M $ are limited in the quantitative ram with 32 bits up to 4GB max I think 🙂 But still people do not think the x64 platform as the main programs and drivers for it are still not quite well implemented and most things go through emulations or with special screws x86 software is installed on x64 platform so for now x86 platform is still a winner but some day this will change 🙂

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