List of operating systems

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This is a list of operating systems. Computer operating systems can be categorized by technology, ownership, licensing, working state, usage, and by many other characteristics. In practice, many of these groupings may overlap. Criteria for inclusion is notability, as shown either through an existing Wikipedia article or citation to a reliable source.

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Proprietary[edit]

Acorn Computers[edit]

Amiga Inc.[edit]

Apple Inc.[edit]

Apollo Computer[edit]

Atari[edit]

BAE Systems[edit]

Be Inc.[edit]

Bell Labs[edit]

Non-Unix Operating Systems:

Bull SAS[edit]

Burroughs Corporation[edit]

China[edit]

Control Data Corporation[edit]

Convergent Technologies[edit]

Data General[edit]

DataPoint[edit]

DDC-I, Inc.[edit]

Digital Research, Inc.[edit]

Digital/Tandem Computers/Compaq/HP[edit]

ENEA AB[edit]

Fujitsu[edit]

General Electric[edit]

Google[edit]

Android 4.0.1 on the Galaxy Nexus

Green Hills Software[edit]

Heathkit/Zenith Data Systems[edit]

Hewlett-Packard[edit]

Honeywell[edit]

Intel Corporation[edit]

IBM[edit]

On early IBM mainframes (1400, 1800, 701, 704, 709, 7090, and 7094)[edit]

On IBM S/360, S/370, and successor mainframes[edit]

On IBM PC and Intel x86 based architectures[edit]

On other IBM hardware platforms[edit]

International Computers Limited[edit]

LynuxWorks (originally Lynx Real-time Systems)[edit]

Micrium Inc.[edit]

Microsoft Corporation[edit]

MontaVista Software[edit]

NCR Corporation[edit]

Novell[edit]

Quadros Systems[edit]

RCA[edit]

RoweBots[edit]

Samsung Electronics[edit]

SCO / The SCO Group[3][edit]

Scientific Data Systems (SDS)[edit]

SYSGO[edit]

TRON Project[edit]

Unisys[edit]

UNIVAC (later Unisys)[edit]

Wang Laboratories[edit]

Wind River Systems[edit]

Other[edit]

Lisp-based[edit]

Non-standard language-based[edit]

Other proprietary non-Unix-like[edit]

Other proprietary Unix-like and POSIX-compliant[edit]

Non-proprietary[edit]

Unix-like[edit]

Research Unix-like and other POSIX-compliant[edit]

Free and open source Unix-like[edit]

Ubuntu, an example of a Unix-like system

Other Unix-like[edit]

Non-Unix-like[edit]

Research non-Unix-like[edit]

Free and open source non-Unix-like[edit]

Disk operating systems[edit]

Network operating systems[edit]

Web operating systems[edit]

Generic/commodity and other[edit]

For Elektronika BK[edit]

Hobby[edit]

Embedded[edit]

Personal digital assistants (PDAs)[edit]

Digital media players[edit]

Smartphones and Mobile phones[edit]

Routers[edit]

Other embedded[edit]

Capability-based[edit]

LEGO Mindstorms[edit]

Other capability-based[edit]

See also[edit]

Category links[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Operating System Reference Manual for the Lisa". Pagetable.com. Retrieved 2013-09-21. 
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  6. ^ "Fujitsu Extended System Architecture (EXA) Operating System". Fujitsu.com. Retrieved 2013-09-21. 
  7. ^ "HP News - LG Electronics Acquires webOS from HP to Enhance Smart TV". .hp.com. 2013-02-25. Retrieved 2013-09-21. 
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