Computers Systems

Choosing the Best Operating Systems

Introduction

There are many operating systems out there but choosing the best operating systems is only up to you and your needs. There are a lot of good operating systems but when you want to choose the best you really have to know what you want to do with your computer. Choosing the right operating systems can make a big difference in your computers performance.

The operating system is the software that connects all of your computers components. If you don’t choose the right operating systems you might not use your computer at his full potential. To make sure you choose the right operating systems you have to know very well what you want to do with your computer.

Some operating systems are also pretty expensive and you might not need an expensive operating system if you just want to use your computer as an office system.

Step 1

The operating systems available on the market have a lot of differences between them and choosing the best one can save you some money. When you want to choose the best operating systems you also think about the money that you need to spend on a good operating system. Choosing one of Microsoft’s operating systems is the easiest way to set up your computer. Keep in mind that Microsoft had some good operating systems but has also had some bad operating systems like Vista. Windows Vista is the poorest operating system created by Microsoft because it has really big requirements and it’s not very stable.

Step 2

The best operating system that you can buy is definitely Windows 7 Professional. But this is one of the most expensive operating systems on the market. Windows 7 is made for office use and for firms it’s not recommended for home use because it has features that won’t do you any help if you are a home user. 

Step 3

The great advantage for Microsoft’s Windows 7 is that it comes with Direct X 11 support and this will make your computer a good gaming PC. If you are a gamer and you want to play the best games available on the market and you use a simple home network the best operating system you can buy is Windows 7 Home Edition. Another good thing about Windows 7 is that it has lower hardware specification then other operating systems like Vista or Mac OS.

Step 4

If you want to use your computer just for work or you are not a gamer you can always try a free operating system. You can save a lot of money if you choose a Linux operating system. In the past years Linux has become an improved operating system and its more user-friendly then before. If you choose an operating system like Linux Ubuntu you can save money. Ubuntu is very easy to install so Linux is becoming friendlier and it also has very low hardware specifications.

Step 5

Mac OS X is also one of the top operating systems on the market, it is expensive and you can have problems with hardware compatibilities but it sure makes up for flexibility with stability.

By Bob Meadow, published at 02/21/2012
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