link to Linux


Linux is an operating system derived from the UNIX family of operating systems that is POSIX-compliant and freely distributed through many sites on the Internet. Linux was developed in 1991 by a...

link to Windows 98

Windows 98

Windows 98 was Microsoft’s upgrade for users of Windows 95 and earlier versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Windows 98 With the code name Memphis, Windows 98 was released on June...

link to UNIX


UNIX is an operating system developed at AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1969 and widely deployed today in the enterprise networking environment.

link to Windows CE

Windows CE

Definition of Windows CE in Network Encyclopedia. What is Windows CE? Windows CE is a Microsoft Windows-compatible real-time operating system for a broad range of products including personal...

link to Windows 95

Windows 95

Explore the comprehensive history and impact of Microsoft's Windows 95, from its landmark launch to its incremental releases and integration of Internet Explorer.

link to Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windows is a family of operating systems with a common graphical user interface (GUI) that lies at the core of Microsoft’s strategy to make PCs easier to use, reduce the cost of PC...