anonymous
  • anonymous
What is Unix's future, now that OSX and Linux dominate the OS scene? What is a future OS like?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What will become of the Windows NT family?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right now they are transforming into metro style interface, apps would take over everywhere... Unix and Windows NT as already dead i guess, except they teach about them at uni.
rsmith6559
  • rsmith6559
With Microsoft's market share, I'm afraid that they're not going away soon. Some of the recent developments in *nix is almost like Unix is becoming more Windowsish. I'm not a fan of super-duper daemons like launchd and systemd.

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shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Mac OS X is a Unix, as is iOS in many ways, so asking what will become of Unix isn't really a fair question. If you mean officially termed Unix systems, Mac OS X is also one of those, being officially licensed as such. IBM AIX is also a relatively well used Unix in the enterprise. As for the Windows NT *family*, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows Servers 2003 and 2008 and probably Windows Server 8 will all continue to be descendants of the NT family, as far as I know, so they're not going anywhere either.

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