Does U.S. military use Linux? The United States Department of Defense uses Linux – “the U.S. Army is the single largest installed base for Red Hat Linux” and the US Navy nuclear submarine fleet runs on Linux, including their sonar systems.
Do banks use Linux? Banks worldwide are opting for the predictability and familiarity of Microsoft’s Windows for application servers over Linux, according to a global financial services software company.
What has Linux replaced?
Ubuntu was created by who?
- Linus Torvalds.
- Mark Wahlberg.
- Mark Shuttleworth.
What OS does the government use? Windows XP has been running since 2001, and has become the workhorse operating system for major enterprises, including all levels of government. Today, nearly 30 percent of the computers in the world still run XP, including 95 percent of the world’s automatic teller machines, according to NCR Corp.