Which Operating System is the Best - Vote Now | Top Ten Most Popular OS

If We count the number of Operating System (including particular OS Family), this figure will be more than two thousand. But here we are listing the operating system which is very popular and whose user experience is very positive. We also invite you to share your operating system experience and vote on your favorite OS.

Windows 7 is an operating system of the Microsoft Windows family. Microsoft says it's the simplest and best operating system in its history.

Great operating system! The best Microsoft ever bult. A shame it will be discontinued. Windows 10 is, unfortunately, crap.

Linux is an operating system like Unix. This is the most successful and most popular software of open source software. It is available for general use under the GPL v2 license and part of it is inspired by Unix.

Great option to pay nothing and get a lot in return.

3. Windows 10

Windows 10 (codename Redstone) is currently the latest version of Microsoft operating system for computers, mobile and other supported devices. With the launch of Windows 10, its covered the most of market share.

this os is the best

Crap, a mixture of old and new operating systems. What a mess! Two applications to do the same thing, almost all the time.

4. Android

Android is an open source mobile operating system developed by Google, which is based on Linux. There are many features available in this like mobile games, cameras etc. Due to this, Android has become the most used operating system in the present time.

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without it no mobile were able to run thanx android

5. Mac OS X from Apple Inc.

mac OS formerly known as Mac OS X and after then OS X, this operating system is a series of graphical operating systems developed and marketed by Apple Inc. since 2001. It is the main operating system for Apples Mac computer family. Within the market of desktop, laptop and home computers, and through the use of the web, it is the second most used desktop operating system, after Microsoft Windows.


6. Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a Linux operating system. It first came in October of 2004. It is based on Debian Linux and today there are many other Linux Dictribution based on this such as Linux Mint.


MS-DOS (acronym - Microsoft Disk Operating System) was an operating system from Microsoft, now no longer in production. Its dedicated to the personal computer with a microprocessor x86.

8. iOS

iOS is an operating system used in Apple mobile phone. It is the OS that powers the many of the organization's mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

9. Red Hat

Red Hat Linux was an operating system based on Linux from the production company Red Hat. Since 2003, Red Hat has shifted its focus to the business market with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution and the non-commercial Fedora Core version.

10. Fedora

Fedora is an RPM based Linux distribution. The Fedora project was born from the Warren Togami initiative which needed to create high quality RPM Package Manager packages for Red Hat Linux.

Windows NT is a member of Microsoft's operating system, whose first version was published in July 1993. Prior to the presence of Windows 95, Microsoft Company conceived and shaped a new line of operating systems oriented for workstation and network servers.

Google Chrome OS is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and uses Google Chrome as the main user interface. Chrome OS Open Source Project is based on Chromium OS, which can be compiled from download source code unlike Chrome OS.

Chromium OS is a Linux distribution unlike Google Chrome OS. The source code is freely available and usable. Chromium OS contains the substring instead of Google Chrome BSD license standing Chromium browser. New Chrome OS version is derived from the current Chromium OS development and are complemented by several commercial programs such as Google Chrome, Adobe Flash, PDF plugin, Netflix and Google Hangouts.

14. Haiku

Haiku (formerly known as OpenBeOS) is a free operating system. Its goal is to be a free version of BeOS. Haiku project was launched in 2001 by Michael Phipps following the acquisition by Palm of the intellectual property of Be Inc. Two years later he founded Haiku Inc., a non-profit organization based in Rochester in upstate New York and to support the development of the Haiku operating system.

15. Windows 8

The Windows 8 is an operating system from Microsoft for personal computers, laptops, netbooks and tablets. It is the successor to Windows 7. It was officially announced by Steve Ballmer CEO of Microsoft during the pre-launch of OS conference. According to the company, this operating system will be a fit for any device, with a completely new interface.

System 7 is a version of Mac OS, the operating system of Macintosh personal computers introduced on May 13, 1991, and was the Mac's main operating system until it was replaced by Mac OS 8 in 1997.

17. FreeBSD

FreeBSD is a free UNIX operating system. The goal of the FreeBSD project is to provide a system that can be used for anything with the least possible restrictions.

Symbian is an operating system owned by Nokia, and in the past was the product of the alliance of several mobile phone companies, among which were Nokia, Sony Mobile Communications, Psion, Samsung, Siemens, Arima, Benq, Fujitsu, Lenovo, LG, Motorola, Mitsubishi Electric, Panasonic, Sharp, etc.

Windows Server also known as Win2K3 is a server operating system created by Microsoft, which was launched on April 24, 2003. Updated version Windows Server 2003 R2 was released on December 6, 2005.

SunOS is a type of UNIX operating system (OS) developed by Sun Microsystems (Sun) based on 4.1 BSD. Later changed to Solaris. SunOS is the name of the OS kernel.

21. JavaOS

JavaOS is an operating system, discontinued since 2006. It was developed by Sun Microsystems and unlike Windows, Mac OS and Unix which are written in the C language, JavaOS is written in Java.

22. Symobi

The basis of Symobi is the message-oriented operating system µnOS, which is on its part based on the real-time microkernel Sphere.

23. Qimo

Qimo is a special program especially for children. It contains several games and tutorials suitable for children over the age of three. The interface has been designed to be simple and easy to use. For example, large and colorful icons can easily access the included software.

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24. Cos

COS is a Linux kernel-based mobile OS developed in China. COS is mainly targeting mobile devices, tablets and set top boxes.


26. MenuetOS

27. Sinclair

28. VMS


OpenBSD is a Unix like free and open source operating system derived from AT&T. This project is known for its developers' insistence on open source code, good documentation, code correctness, and security. This project has a strict policy on licensing, preferring the ISC license and other variations of the simplified BSD license.

31. MT809

32. ScorchOS

33. VxWorks

34. PC-MOS/386

35. Xenix

Xenix is a UNIX descendant operating system that was purchased by Microsoft Corporation from AT&T as a developer of UNIX Version 7 in 1979. This operating system was introduced on August 25, 1980, and became the most popular UNIX operating system of its time.

36. Debian

37. BlueEyedOS

38. ConvexOS

39. THE

40. Lycoris Desktop/LX

41. Nova

42. Masix

43. AdaOS

44. NetMAX DeskTOP


46. Allegro

47. DSOS

DSOS (Deep Six Operating System) was a real-time operating system (sometimes referred to as an operating system kernel) developed by Texas Instruments' Geophysical Services division (GSI) in the mid-1970s.

48. Ultrix

49. WinMac

50. PM_SZ_OS

IDE, ATAPI, soundblaster, FDC, VGA, NE2000, parallel port, serial port, RTC, keyboard, ALI1543 SMB. supported filesystems:- VFAT [FAT32/FAT16/FAT12], NTFS, ext2, CD Filesystem [ISO9660/Rock Ridge Extension/Joliet Extension], HPFS.


brickOS (previously legOS) is an alternative software environment for the Lego Mindstorms Robotic Invention System. The intent is to allow developers to write C and/or C++ code for the RIS platform.


Operating System ISIS (Intel System Implementation Supervisor) was originally developed by Ken Burgett to Intel under the new management Bill Davidow from 1975 for systems Development their Microprocessor (IMDS) processors 8080/8085, and later adapted as ISIS-II for FDD systems.

55. Zebuntu

56. OppcOS

57. ITS

58. z-VM

59. osCAN


61. Spice

62. JAMB

63. DC/OSx

64. FullPliant

65. ThreadX


67. TriangleOS

68. z/OS

69. Coherent

70. ERaMS

71. NSK (NonStop Kernel)

In 1983, the NonStop TXP CPU was the first reimplementation of the TNS instruction set architecture. It consisted of standard TTL chips and programmable array logic chips, with 4 boards per CPU module. Cache Memory was used for the first time.

72. uClinux

μClinux is a Linux distribution with a kernel adapted to microprocessors and microcontrollers without Memory Management Unit.

73. Salgix

Salgix is GNU/Linux-based OS developed and maintained by GMSI built with Debian and Ubuntu technology specifically for use on its line of Visual Workstations.

74. USIX

USIX is a Unix-like operating system created by System Six Inc. and INEUM. USIX, complied with the main international standards and agreements (POSIX 1003.1b-1993, SVID), supported real-time mode, had built-in protection against unauthorized access (security level C2), etc. Binary compatible with SVR4 / 386. After System Six closed, OS development ended.

75. PowerOS

Ubuntu Privacy Remix (UPR) is a modified live CD based on the Ubuntu Linux distribution. UPR is not intended for permanent installation on the hard disk. UPR developers believe that the threat of theft of sensitive data today is no longer limited to ordinary cyber criminals and their Trojan horses, rootkits and keyloggers. Rather, in many countries of the world, the government is taking measures to spy on and monitor citizens' computers by such means. Ubuntu Privacy Remix is ​​designed as a tool to protect your data against unauthorized access.

77. Thix

78. LynxOS

LynxOS is a unixoides real-time operating system of the Californian company Lynx Software Technologies, which primarily on the market of embedded systems is aligned. Although the application areas include predominantly critical applications in military, aerospace, medical, industrial process and control systems as well as telecommunications and consumer electronics.

79. Mac OS 8

Mac OS 8 is an operating system developed and marketed by Apple Computer on 26 of July, 1997. It is the biggest overhaul of Mac OS since the release of System 7.

80. Windows 98 SE

On June 25, 1998 Microsoft launched Windows 98, which was a better version of Windows 95. It included new hardware drivers and the FAT32 file system that supported partitions larger than the 2GB allowed by Windows 95. This edition is one of the latest for PC-9821. In 1999 Microsoft released Windows 98 second edition, whose most notable feature was the ability to share between several computers an Internet connection through a single telephone line and some improvements to the original Windows 98.


NTDIOS Networ Disk OS is a working 32-bit, multitasking, OS for x86-based computers, running in protected mode.

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82. Möbius

The Möbius operating system is an open source operating system for the IA-32 platform (Intel i386 and compatible). The authors focused the development on some very important points for a modern operating system.

83. MaRTE OS

MaRTE OS is a real-time operating system written in C language that follows the recommendations of a subset of the POSIX 13 standard. This operating system works either directly on PC or emulator.

84. Cromix

Cromemco released CROMIX, the first Unix-like OS for microcomputers. CROMIX run on Cromemco systems using the Motorola 68000 series of microprocessors.

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