Why your operating system still matters

First developed in the 1950s, operating systems have continuously evolved to meet changing demands. Early operating systems focused primarily on batch processing and simple task scheduling, executing 1 job at a time. However, with the introduction of time-sharing systems in the 1960s, multiple users could interact with a computer simultaneously. Consequently, the following decades saw the emergence of operating systems like UNIX, which introduced modularity and portability to computing environments.

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