What operating system has the largest market share?

Microsoft Windows is the dominant desktop operating system (OS) worldwide as of June 2021, with a share of just under 73 percent. Apple’s Mac operating system has been gaining market share over the years, albeit remaining a minor player in the desktop OS market.

What OS has the biggest market share?

Android maintained its position as the leading mobile operating system worldwide in June 2021, controlling the mobile OS market with a close to 73 percent share. Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS jointly possess over 99 percent of the global market share.

What are the top 3 operating systems on the market?

Top 3 operating systems for computers and laptops

  • MS Windows. The first spot goes to Microsoft Windows. …
  • Ubuntu. This operating system is well-suited for personal use, for organizational purposes, and for schools/colleges. …
  • MAC. Another state of the art operating system which is completely free is MAC.

The main reason why Linux is not popular on the desktop is that it doesn’t have “the one” OS for the desktop as does Microsoft with its Windows and Apple with its macOS. If Linux had only one operating system, then the scenario would be totally different today. … Linux kernel has some 27.8 million lines of code.

What is the OS available in the market today?

Five of the most common operating systems are Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, Linux, Android and Apple’s iOS.

When it comes to the global smartphone market, the Android operating system dominates the competition. According to Statista, Android enjoyed an 87 percent share of the global market in 2019, while Apple’s iOS holds a mere 13 percent. This gap is expected to increase over the next few years.

What is the full form of KaiOS?

KaiOS is a mobile operating system, based on Linux, for keypad feature phones. … The mobile operating system is comparatively lightweight on hardware resource usage, and is able to run on devices with just 256 megabytes (MB) of memory.

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