Operating Systems

The operating system is the program that gets started first when you switch on your computer or server. All other applications depend on it for correct operation. Some examples of popular operating systems are Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

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  1. Excl. Tax: £100.78 Incl. Tax: £120.94
  2. Excl. Tax: £221.49 Incl. Tax: £265.79
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  4. Excl. Tax: £307.68 Incl. Tax: £369.22
  5. Excl. Tax: £4,391.35 Incl. Tax: £5,269.62
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  8. Excl. Tax: £753.41 Incl. Tax: £904.09
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Memory usage: real: 26738688, emalloc: 25208424
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