Evaluating user experience for operating system development
AuthorRahman, Raihan Hasnain
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User experience is not formally defined in software engineering yet; this research paper is an effort to relate user experience with software engineering with proper references. Operating system is the most important software that all level of users has to use all the time. Linux operating systems are stable and able to fulfill desktop users need, but users seem to avoid Linux desktops for some reasons. The primary reason is usability. To develop Linux operating systems evaluation of users experience is needed. This research was targeted for Linux but the outcomes are valid for any operating system.