Besides Microsoft versions of operating systems, Apple has its versions as well. The Mac desktop or notebook, the iPod and iPhone versions of operating systems have linkages to server-based operating systems, but they have different features turned on or disabled.
Linux and Unix are other versions of operating systems, and the list goes on. In some cases, the same basic or core technology can be used with differences between a desktop and server version, based on what servers are turned on or disabled. A PC or desktop will have more user interaction and interface tools enabled, whereas a server will have tools for hosting applications and users turned on.
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