Difference between Linux and Unix?

Here are some differences between Linux & Unix below:
Development: Linux is Open Source, and thousands of programmers collaborate online and contribute to its development.
Unix systems have different versions. These versions are primarily developed by AT&T as well as other commercial vendors.

User: Everyone. From home users to developers and computer enthusiasts alike.
UNIX can be used in internet servers, workstations, and PCs.

The text made interface: BASH is the Linux default shell. It offers support for multiple command interpreters.
Unix: Originally made to work in Bourne Shell. However, it is now compatible with much other software.

Viruses: Linux has had about 60-100 viruses listed to date which are currently not spreading.
There are between 80 to 120 viruses reported to date in Unix.

GUI Linux provides two GUIs,viz., KDE and Gnome. Though there are many alternatives such as Mate, LXDE, Xfce, etc
Unix Common Desktop Environment and also has Gnome.

Usage: Linux OS can be installed on various types of devices like mobile, tablet computers.
The UNIX operating system is used for internet servers, workstations & PCs.

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