For years, Windows, Mac OS and Linux users have shared a number of common concepts regarding what an operating system is and is not. These leading operating systems emphasize local and networked models for working with data, rely on file systems, and share many other conceptual approaches. But there are many questions being asked about whether this old guard of operating systems can stay dominant going forward, as mobile technology usage explodes, and as cloud-based computing models proliferate. ExtremeTech asks a good question of Mozilla along these lines: Where is the Firefox OS?
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