Range of Linux operating system

Linux is booted as one of the most popular operating systems, which is free and open source software. Open source means that its original source code is available to everyone for editing, modification and developing new software. It is free and can be used on a number of devices such as laptops, desktop computers, mobile phones, tablets, printers, mini-frames and supercomputers.

They support a number of applications from simple like OpenOffice.org to complex like AutoCAD. There are different varieties of Linux operating systems available in market with unique features, each catering to different levels of users.

Below is the Linux operating systems list:

Bharat operating system solutions: This software is developed by C-DAC (Center for Development of Advanced Computing) as free and open source software available in India. BOSS GNU or BOSS Linux is the desktop operating system software. It is upgraded from simple server support to advanced server support. It also supports Intel and AMD architecture. The Graphical user interfaces are introduced with integration of GNOME and KDE desktop. It is one of the applications in Linux operating systems list.

Linux Mint Debian Edition: It is distributable as liveDVD for both 32 and 64-bit machines containing the complete operating system, applications and codecs. The software manager has bigger icons for softwares, fonts and template. It also provides a preview of application layout and information. You have a high-level control on the packages that have to be included or excluded. The update manager uses Internet connection and looks for any updates scheduled for the installed applications such as Flash player, Java. Not only standard upgrade for the applications, but also add-ons for the applications such as Firefox, Chrome, and Opera can be looked for and installed without any botheration to the users. These add-ons can be looked from any number of search engines, Youtube, Flicker, Facebook, Yahoo, etc.

MEPIS: MEPIS is developed by Warren Woodford and MEPIS LLC. It is distributed as live CD for both i386 and amd64 platforms. KDE is installed for use as Graphical User Interface. To use this operating system, one requires the applications. It supports LibreOffice for creating documents of any types, Firefox, opera and chrome for web browsing, VLC for playing audio and video files, GIMP and Inkscape for drawing purposes. More features include extensive hardware support, development of user manual, video recognition, and online community to help you regarding any problems related to installation, deployment and working with the system.

Ubuntu: Ubuntu is developed by Mark Shutteworth. It can be installed on different types of gadgets that include servers, desktops, netbooks, mobile phones and supercomputers. It is very fast and easy to use. You can surf files, web browse, check email, create spreadsheets, create documents, create presentations, check apps, view photos, play multimedia files such as audio and videos.

Symphony OS: Symphony OS is developed by Ryan Quinn, Alexander Drummond and Jason Spisak. The common concept used among different operating systems is the concept of directory and folders. The mezzo desktop environment, which is the part of this operating system, lets the user manage all the files and information under four desk targets that are System, Programs, files and trash. This occupies a special place in Linux operating systems list.

Kbuntu: The U of Ubuntu is replaced by K, which represents KDE desktop environment that is used instead of Unity as in Ubuntu. It includes a number of applications for general purposes, which are web browsers, LibreOffice, messengers, and many latest releases. Qercus is a free database software that can include text, numbers, audio, images and web addresses as fields of the table. KM KDE video application that could take input from TV device and also multiple files from commandline can be handled with security.

Xubuntu: Xubuntu is again developed by a community modifying the linux kernel of Ubuntu-based linux operating system. Applications such as Abiword as word processor, Evince as PDF reader, Firefox for web browsing, Catfish for desktop search, Common Unix printing system for printing tasks, Leafpad as text editor, Parole as music and video player, Gnumeric as spreadsheet editor, GIMP as image editor, pidgin a popular messenger, orage as calendar and thunderbird as e-mail client are supported for general use.

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