Description Building on the success of the Bondi Blue iMac, the iMac was released in five new “flavors” -Blueberry, Strawberry, Lime, Tangerine and Grape. It ran the G3 PowerPC 750 processor at 266Mhz and had 4 or 6Gb hard drive. It had a tray loading CD-ROM, a USB keyboard and a USB mouse. Flavours got a “Macworld 4 Mouse Rating” on the review article “Mac Gems: Give OS X a makeover with Flavours”, www.macworld.com, Aug 27, 2013. Elegant visual interface and no negative impact on the stability of OS X; Flavours is frequently updated.” (translated).
Kubuntu offers the KDE Plasma Workspace experience, a good-looking system for home and office use.
Lubuntu is a light, fast, and modern Ubuntu flavor using LXQt as its default desktop environment. Lubuntu used to use LXDE as its default desktop environment.
Ubuntu Budgie provides the Budgie desktop environment which focuses on simplicity and elegance. It provides a traditional desktop metaphor based interface utilising a customisable panel based menu driven system.
The Ubuntu Kylin project is tuned to the needs of Chinese users, providing a thoughtful and elegant Chinese experience out-of-the-box.
Ubuntu MATE expresses the simplicity of a classic desktop environment. Ubuntu MATE is the continuation of the GNOME 2 desktop which was Ubuntu's default desktop until October 2010.
Ubuntu Studio is a multimedia content creation flavor of Ubuntu, aimed at the audio, video and graphic enthusiast or professional.
Xubuntu is an elegant and easy to use operating system. Xubuntu comes with Xfce, which is a stable, light and configurable desktop environment.
A complete list of known flavours, editions and customisations is maintained on the Ubuntu Wiki's UbuntuFlavors page.
Mac OS X is Apple's operatingsystem for its line of Macintosh computers. Its interface, known asAqua, is built on a Unix foundation. Although ithas much of the look and feel of the former Mac OS,features such as preemptive multitasking, symmetric multiprocessing,multithreading, and protected memory give Mac OS X improved stabilityand performance. For the current version's system requirements, seeApple's Mac OS XTechnical Specifications.
Currently, four Mac OS X-related products are available:
Mac OS X: This is the version most Macintoshowners should use. It is a consumer operating system designed for useon your personal computer. For more information, see Apple's Mac OS X page and Developer page forMac OS X.
Mac OS X Server: This is Apple's server operatingsystem. It is similar to the consumer release of Mac OS X, but alsoincludes a suite of network services, such as a print server, filesharing, QuickTime streaming, NetBoot, and advanced webhosting. For more information, see Apple's Mac OS X Server page.
iOS: Based on Mac OS X, versions of iOS run on theiPhone, the iPod touch, and the iPad. The iOS was designed forhandheld devices, and is much more tightly controlled than otherversions of Mac OS X. Despite their shared origins, applications(apps) developed for iOS are not compatible with Mac OS X, and viceversa.
Flavours For Mac Os X 10.13
Darwin:Darwin is the Unix-likefoundation upon which Mac OS X is based. Its code is opensource, and it is available as a stand-alone operatingsystem. Although Darwin will run many Unix applications, including theX Window System, it does not have the Mac OS X interfaceand thus will not run Mac OS X applications. For more information, seeApple's Developer Open Sourcepage.