A family of desktop and laptop computers comprising the hardware and operating system. For example, the Windows client platform refers to x86 CPUs and a client version of Windows such as Windows 98, 2000 or XP. The Macintosh client platform includes the Mac hardware and Mac OS X operating system. The Linux client platform is generally an x86-based machine with Linux, but could also be a Mac running Linux. Contrast with server platform. See platform and client.
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