Which operating system is right for you?
One of the first things to think about when choosing a laptop is the operating system. While it might seem difficult, especially if you haven’t used Windows, OS X or Chrome before, each has a distinct layout and a range of benefits that can help you decide.
If you’ve used a PC before, then chances are you’ve used Windows. It offers familiar, intuitive computing and is used everywhere from businesses and homes to nuclear power stations and banks. Windows is reliable, easy to use and well supported.
OS X looks great and is the perfect operating system if you use an iPhone or iPad. OS X is exclusive to Apple Macs and is well regarded in the creative and business community for its reliability, performance and simplicity.
Chrome OS is a web-focussed operating system that’s designed to get you to your online and web-based content as quickly and easily as possible. If you need a laptop for computing on the go or don’t need the extra performance of full-size laptop, Chrome OS is a great place to start.
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