Below is a list of some of the most popular of the many computer operating systems in use today.
FreeBSD - the most popular of the BSD open source Unix distributions.
FreeDOS - aims to be a complete, free, fully MS-DOS compatible operating system.
Linux - a high performance, yet completely free, Unix-like computer operating system suitable for use on a wide range of platforms and compatible with 32 bit and 64 bit processors.
NetBSD - features the ability to run on more than 50 platforms, ranging from acorn26 to x68k.
OpenBSD - has a goal of becoming the most secure computer operating system.
QNX - a widely used commercial POSIX-compliant, Unix-like real-time operating system for mission- and life-critical applications. QNX also features a unique and very attractive GUI.
Solaris - developed by Sun Microsystems for the SPARC platform and the most widely used proprietary flavor of Unix for web servers.
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