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Windows OS

(Windows Operating System) A redundant term because Windows "is" an operating system. However, the term may be used to contrast the Windows desktop OS with the Windows Phone smartphone OS. See Windows and Windows Phone.
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Pocket PC is a downsized version of the Windows OS and carries some of its limitations.
Big Bang's Universal Imaging Utility has enabled IT departments to save considerable time and money by working in conjunction with any existing Windows OS cloning and deployment solution (Ghost, Acronis, Altiris, Zenworks, SCCM, ImageX, etc.
Notably, China is the major source of Windows OS related leaks.
Virtualization creates profound cost savings for the Windows OS environment for several reasons, including that customers:
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According to King, HP killed the initial version of the Slate because the Windows OS required too much power.
SWsoft is the maker of Virtuozzo operating system virtualization software, which allows a single Linux or Windows OS instance to be dynamically partitioned into multiple, highly-efficient virtual environments.
With Virtuozzo, a single Linux or Windows OS instance can be dynamically partitioned into multiple, highly-efficient virtual environments.
SAN FRANCISCO -- As worldwide attention highlights the unveiling of Microsoft's new Vista(TM) operating system, a key threshold has been crossed by PC Tools Limited, which offers market-leading anti-spyware and security products to protect the Windows OS.
With SWsoft Virtuozzo operating system (OS)-level server virtualization technology, a single Linux or Windows OS instance can be dynamically partitioned into multiple, highly-efficient virtual environments (VEs).