Windows vs Mac

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Windows vs Mac
« on: 05-22-2013, 10:57:54 »
What is the basic difference between Macintosh and Windows OS?
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Re: Windows vs Mac
« Reply #1 on: 07-02-2013, 03:25:55 »
Windows is an operating system for PC type personal computers and servers a kind of a super program that is responsible for running all the other programs.
"Mac" refers to personal computers and laptops made by the Apple Corporation.

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Re: Windows vs Mac
« Reply #2 on: 07-14-2013, 02:14:45 »
MacBook edition of apple laptops and iMac are run on mac os which is somewhat Linux based operating system developed by apple itself a very fast attractive and user friendly os mac has gained a lot of potential consumers in past few years, with million and millions of app in app store make makes computing versatile on the other hand windows is the operating system of masses it is also user friendly and a os of common basically used in educational center being a slow operating system it cannot be used in many professional works.[img][img]
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Re: Windows vs Mac
« Reply #3 on: 07-15-2013, 02:01:38 »
Windows is an operating system for PC type personal computers where as "Mac" refers to personal computers and laptops made by the Apple Corporation.
In Windows- Export in PICT format. where as in Mac- Export in the older PCX format.
Comparison between WINDOWS and MAC OS in terms of:
Process Management, Memory Management, I/O Management, and File Management.

 

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