Surely if you enter here, it is because you are curious as many of what system suits you best for your daily use. Then we will present the 3 most common systems for computers. All systems are good but each one has a use better, everyone has their own opinion.

We will start this article explaining each OS and the advantages and disadvantages they offer.


Mac (Macintosh Operating System)is the operating system created by Apple for its computers. It is known for being the first operating system composed of the interaction of the mouse with windows or icons. The team that developed Mac OS was led by Bill Atkinson, Jet Raskin and Andy Hertzfeld. Among the sets operating systems of Apple stand the Mac Os Classic (the first systems) and the new version of operating systems: MacOS X (where we can find the latest operating system: High Sierra).



  • Pleasant environment
  • Comfortable to work with
  • fairly safe
  • good fluidity and durability


  • Quite expensive
  • can only be used on Apple branded devices
  • does not allow to be modified
  • is not compatible with many games

Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windowsis the name of a family of operating systems developed and sold by Microsoft. Microsoft introduced an operating environment called Windows on November 20, 1985. Microsoft Windows came to dominate the global PC market, with more than 90% market share, surpassing Mac OS, which had been introduced in 1984. Highlights between its versions Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 10. The first operating system was Windows 1.0



  • Compatible with almost all games
  • nice design
  • compatible with any PC


  • Consumes more resources than its competitors
  • terminal bad enough compared to Bash
  • does not allow modifications
  • very vulnerable to viruses


Linuxis a free core operating system based on Unix. The Linux kernel was conceived by the then student of Finnish computer science, Linus Torvalds, in 1991. Linux quickly got developers and users who adopted codes from other free software projects for use in new distributions. The Linux kernel has received contributions from thousands of programmers from around the world. Normally Linux is used together with a software package, called Linux distribution and servers.



  • Free
  • allows you to modify it to suit the user
  • is the most secure with regard to viruses
  • can be installed on any PC


  • Not compatible with many games
  • Not supported by one official company (Except RedHat distros)


Once seen the advantages and disadvantages of each operating system, It is your time to decide some operating systems are good for games and work some are not for game you decide all operating systems have something better that you can offer each one. That is if you want a computer for games because Windows is the option or a server because the best would be Linux or for graphic designer would be MacOS or Windows each operating system has its use and it goes better where you see it also you have to see your budget because if you want MacOs it will cost you a bit more everything depends on you and when you want to spend