A stable operating system is essential. The most common operating
systems are as follows:
Very Reliable. Good for network applications, but complex to use. Graphical
interface optional. Steep learning curve, but improvements are being made to
make LINUX more friendly to the common user.
Reliable. Non-graphical interface. Does not require much CPU resources. Can be very fast.
Minimal operating system. not multi-tasking.
Windows 9X/ME are intended for the home user and it is not recommended for business applications.
Very unstable. Most frequent crashes and downtime. Excellent graphics. Very CPU intensive. Uses excessive
computer power to maintain operating system. Point and click interface. Compatible
with most software.
WINDOWS NT/2000/XP - Recommended
Windows NT/2000/XP was developed for business applications. Workstation and server versions available.
Very stable. Excellent graphics. Strong network capabilities. Uses most computer memory to maintain operating
system. Point and click interface.
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