Buying an O/S

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Buying an O/S

-When it comes to buying an Operating System you have many choices, but when it comes to running most software on the market you are left with one choice. This is called the Windows Operating System, you may know of it by now. Most shrink wrapped software at the computer store will require Windows in order to run. There are other alternatives to Windows such as Linux, Unix, BEos, and OS2. But most of need a copy of Windows to get the job done right and without argument. If you are into Linux you can also run this along with Windows for more choice in an Operating System.


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