History of OS

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  • UNIX/32V

    UNIX/32V was released without paging virtual memory, retaining only the swapping architecture of Seventh Edition. A virtual memory system was added at Berkeley by Bill Joy and others in order to support Franz Lisp; this was released to other Unix licensees as the Third Berkeley Software Distribution (3BSD) in 1979. Thanks to the popularity of the two systems' successors, 4BSD and UNIX System V, UNIX/32V is an antecedent of nearly all modern Unix systems.
  • Version 7 Unix

    Version 7 Unix
    Seventh Edition Unix, also called Version 7 Unix, Version 7 or just V7, was an important early release of the Unix operating system. V7, released in 1979, was the last Bell Laboratories release to see widespread distribution before the commercialization of Unix by AT&T in the early 1980s. V7 was originally developed for Digital Equipment Corporation's PDP-11 minicomputers and was later ported to other platforms. Unix versions from Bell Labs were designated by the edition of the user's manual wi
  • Mac OS

    Mac OS
    On January 24, 1984, Apple Computer Inc. (now Apple Inc.) introduced the Macintosh personal computer, with the Macintosh 128K model, which came bundled with what was later renamed the Mac OS, but then known simply as the System Software.[1] The Macintosh is generally credited with popularizing the graphical user interface. The Mac OS has been pre-installed on almost every Macintosh computer sold. The operating system was also sold separately in retail stores.[2] The original Macintosh system sof
  • WINDOWS 1.0

    WINDOWS 1.0
    Brand: Microsoft
    Programmer: Bill Gates
    Price: $795
  • Version 9 Unix

    Brand: Unix
    Programmer: Bell Labs
    Price: free
  • Windows 2.0

    Windows 2.0
    Brand: Microsoft
    PROGRAMMER: Bill Gates
  • Version 10 Unix

    Version 10 Unix
    programmer: bell labs
    price: free
    brand: unix
  • windows 3.0

    brand: microsoft
    programmer: bill gates
  • MAC OS System 6

    MAC OS System 6
    Brand: Apple
    Programmer: Steve Wozniack
    Price: $49
  • SCO OpenServer

    SCO OpenServer
    price: free
    programmer: bell labs
    brand: unix