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Linux v Unix v Windows – Choosing a Server

Which One is Right for You?

When it comes to choosing the right operating system for you, which should you go for? The decision depends on what you need your operating system to do for you and how much you are willing to spend on it. Cost is a factor to consider and is one of the major differences between Linux and Windows.

The other important factor to consider is who is going to be using the system. Websites such as WebHostingBlueBook.com can give you advice and directions on choosing the ideal system for your needs. Those of you who own a home desktop PC and simply wish for a straightforward and effective operating system will be satisfied with Windows and its functions, especially as most new computers come with the operating system pre-installed.

 

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