Do we need many Operating Systems?


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Do we need many Operating Systems?

we have

windows
linux- redhat ubuntu -or more i don't know
unix- solares
snow-lepord
and recently chrome
what do you think

well when i sow that all has extentions like exe -dsb i felt scared
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Yes, yes we do. wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_operating_systems
wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Linux_distributions
And that doesn't cover many of the smaller experimental os's and the like. It adds variety. It is like asking why are there so many different types of cars or breads. They all drive and taste differently. Also they are tailored to suit their purpose. I know there are several that have spawned from the medical industry.

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