The subject of operating systems, whether at the level of smartphones or computers, always has a matter of time-consuming debate. Although each side has its reasons and arguments, sometimes discussions about ‘which is the best’ take on more extreme proportions. Windows, macOS, Android and iOS are some examples of systems with more defenders.
Thus, in our last weekly question we asked our readers which operating system they used the most in the context of work. Let’s know all the results.
Which operating system do they use most in the context of work?
After the end of last week’s issue, it now follows the disclosure of all results.
We received a total of 4,492 and the overwhelming majority of readers, with 75% of the votes, chose the Microsoft Windows as being the OS that use the most in the context of work (3,389 votes).
With 1% of the votes were debian (67 votes), Arch Linux (52 votes), CentOS (44 votes) and Fedora (33 votes).
The list of operating systems less used in the context of work is part, in descending order, of the elementaryOS (17 votes), HarmonyOS (13 votes), openSUSE (11 votes), Unix System V (5 votes), Solaris (5 votes), OpenBSD (5 votes), Mageia (4 votes), Gentoo (4 votes), ReactOS (3 votes), PCLinuxOS (3 votes), Slackware (2 votes), FreeDOS (2 votes), FreeBSD (2 votes), NetBSD (2 votes) and Mandriva Linux (no votes).
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But if you haven’t answered this question, tell us now which operating system you use most in the context of work.
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