What was before Linux?

UNIX came first. UNIX came way first. It was developed back in 1969 by AT&T employees working at Bell Labs. Linux came about in either 1983 or 1984 or 1991, depending upon who’s holding the knife.

What came first Windows or Linux?

Technically Windows as an OS did not come out until 1993, however Windows did exist as an MS-DOS shell way back in 1985… long before Linux. Also, Windows 1.0 is seen as the first official Windows on the market. The first Linux came out by Linus Torvalds in 1991 (he uploaded Linux to a FTP server belonging to FUNET).

What is the oldest operating system?

The first operating system used for real work was GM-NAA I/O, produced in 1956 by General Motors’ Research division for its IBM 704. Most other early operating systems for IBM mainframes were also produced by customers.

Is Linux older than Windows?

November 20, 1985. Windows is older than Linux. Majorly Personal computing. Majorly Cloud computing, servers, supercomputers, embedded systems, mainframes, mobile phones, PCs.

Was Linux the first OS?

Linux began in 1991 as a personal project by Finnish student Linus Torvalds: to create a new free operating system kernel. The resulting Linux kernel has been marked by constant growth throughout its history.

Does Linux need antivirus?

Anti-virus software does exist for Linux, but you probably don’t need to use it. Viruses that affect Linux are still very rare. … If you want to be extra-safe, or if you want to check for viruses in files that you are passing between yourself and people using Windows and Mac OS, you can still install anti-virus software.

Will Linux replace Windows?

So no, sorry, Linux will never replace Windows.

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