A true comparison between Windows and Linux on the values of the inherent security of each operating system is hard to obtain, and the matter is extremely contentious among both security professionals and computer hobbyists. Because there are many more Windows systems in the world, there are simply more targets available for attack. This factor alone makes Windows a richer and more attractive target for malware developers. The security differences between Windows and Linux are heavily debated and the security track record of both operating systems has proven that Linux has had fewer serious vulnerabilities. Also, Linux derives its security from the underlying Unix design philosophy Criteria WindowLinux
malwareOnce malicious software is present on a Windows-based system, it can sometimes be incredibly difficult to locate and remove. As such, users are advised to install and run anti-malware programs. In the event of root kit infection, users may have to resort to reformatting the system's hard disk and re-installing Windows anti-malware tools such as ClamAV and Panda Security's Desktop Secure for Linux do exist. These programs are mainly intended to filter Windows malware from emails and network traffic traveling through Linux-based servers. The extreme rarity of this type of occurrence is such that it is not usually necessary to use anti-malware programs. The exception to this would be if the Linux-based system is connected to Windows-based systems, and only to mitigate the spread of Windows malware Open vs. Closedbecause Windows is closed-source, only Microsoft-employed programmers (or licensed third-parties) can fix bugs, Because the software is closed-source, consumers have to trust that Microsoft is not doing anything against them.Linux Claims its platform is more secure because all of its code is reviewed by so many people that bugs are detected. anyone with programming experience is free to fix bugs and submit them for inclusion in future releases and updates. However such an approach has indeed produced several vulnerabilities, although this is a rare case
Cost Windows is expensive, for server use, Linux is very cheap compared to windows; microsoft allows a single copy of windows to be used on only one computer.For desktop or home use , Linux is very cheap or free, once you have purchased Linux, you can run it on any number of computers for no additional charge. You can buy a Linux book and get the operating system included with the book for free Command-line interface
The Command Prompt exists to provide direct communication between the user and the operating system. A .NET-based command line environment called Windows Power Shell has been developed. It varies from Unix/Linux shells in that, rather than using byte streams Linux is strongly integrated with the system console. The command...