Multi User Operating Systems.
The Multi User Operating System is an operating system that can support two or more simultaneous users. Most common operating systems found such as Windows are not actually Multi-User but Single-User operating systems. Single user will allow one user to do one task at a time in Single Task mode or in Multi Task mode they will allow a user to have a number of programs or tasks running at the same time such as printing, downloading and word processing. Multi tasking is when the operating system seems to be performing two or more tasks at the same time, however these tasks…
- Multi User Operating Systems.
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