Where did UNIX come from and why are there different versions of UNIX?
The first efforts at developing a multi-user, multi-tasking operating system were begun in the 1960's in a development project
called MULTICS. While working for Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1969 and 1970, Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie
began to develop their own single-user, multi-tasking small operating system and they chose the name UNIX. Their initial goal
was simply to operate their DEC PDP machines more effectively. In 1971, UNIX became multi-user and multi-tasking, but it
was still just being developed by a small group of programmers who were trying to take advantage of the mach…
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