1. Windows system
The Windows system is a commonly used operating system in various touch-sensitive products; as the system is constantly updated, the most widely used systems on the market are win7, win8, win10, and so on. .
Among them, the most commonly used touch all-in-one system is the win7 and win10 versions. Compared with the Android system, the windows system is easier to import format files such as ppt, word, picture video, etc., and remotely connect, which is very convenient to operate.
2. Android system
Android is a free open source operating system based on Linux, mainly used in touch query products. Like other operating systems, it is a hierarchical organization; its Android system is divided into application layer, application framework layer, system operation layer and linux kernel layer from the upper layer to the bottom layer.
The Android touch-enabled machine acts as an input device; the touch screen is rugged, responsive, easy to communicate, etc., just touch the machine screen with your finger to get the information you need. .
The LCD touch all-in-one can expand different hardware external devices and application software according to user needs. In addition, it has strong adaptability and is popular in many fields.
3. Raspberry PI system
Raspberry Pi is a mini computer for computer amateurs, teachers, elementary school students and small businesses. It is pre-installed with Linux system. It is only a credit card size, equipped with an ARM architecture processor, and its computing performance is similar to that of a smartphone.
4. Linux system
Linux is a free-to-use and freely distributed Unix-like operating system. It is a multi-user, multi-tasking, multi-threaded and multi-CPU based operating system based on POSIX and UNIX. It runs major UNIX utilities, applications and network protocols. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit hardware. Linux inherits Unix's network-centric design philosophy and is a stable multi-user network operating system. It is mainly used on computers based on Intel x86 series CPUs. This system is designed and implemented by thousands of programmers around the world. The goal is to create Unix-compatible products that are freely available worldwide and that are not subject to the copyright of any commercial software.