Linux Or Windows? Which is Capturing The Market?

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1it enterpriseThe moving from Windows to Linus has been a decade-longproject, however, the city Council of Munich has decided an about turn. The council decided to embrace LiMux with Windows 10. LiMux is a custom version of Ubuntu. About a decade ago Linux taking over desktop was definitely a debatable topic. For instance back in 2004 when Linux was created the prime target is to replace windows as a primary operating system. However, that never happened as Linux now has only 2 percent of thedesktop market and is still considered complicated. The Munich’s Linux project is one of the largest and has created some interest alongside.Munich was the foster child: losing it as a case study will unquestionably be a setback to those still featuring Linux on the desktop despite few large enterprises switched to Linux.

Given all of the advantages around incorporation and familiarity that come with it,the realism is that most businesses are happy to go with the leading desktop OS. Considering the fact that Android is based on Linux Kernel there’s a four-in-five chance that there’s a Linux-powered smartphone in your pocket and plenty of Linux Powered IoT devices are available in the market as well.