Types of Operating System

 Types of Operating System

1.Batch Operating System
2.Multitasking/Time Sharing OS
3.Multiprocessing OS
4.Real Time OS
5.Distributed OS
6.Network OS
7.Mobile OS

 Types of Operating System


Batch Operating System
Some computer processes are very lengthy and time-consuming. To speed the same process, a job with a similar type of needs are batched together and run as a group.


Multi-Tasking/Time-sharing Operating systems
Time-sharing operating system enables people located at a different terminals to use a single computer system at the same time. The processor time (CPU) which is shared among multiple users is termed as time sharing.

Real time OS
In
real time operating system, time interval to process and respond to inputs is very small. Examples: Military Software Systems, Space Software Systems.



Distributed Operating System

Distributed systems use many processors located in different machines to provide very fast computation to its users.

Network Operating System
Network Operating System runs on a server. It provides the capability to serve, to manage data, user groups, security application, and other networking functions.

Mobile OS
Mobile operating systems are those OS which is especially designed to power smartphones, tablets, and wearables devices.

Some most famous mobile operating systems are Android and iOS, but others include BlackBerry, Web, and watch OS.





Instances of Operating Systems

PCs, tablets, and personal computers all run working frameworks that you've most likely known about. A few models incorporate variants of Microsoft Windows (like Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP), Apple's macOS (once OS X), Chrome OS, BlackBerry Tablet OS, and kinds of Linux, an open-source working framework. 

Your cell phone runs a versatile working framework, likely either Apple's iOS or Google's Android. Both are easily recognized names however you might not have understood that they are the working frameworks running on those gadgets. 

Workers, similar to those that have the sites you visit or serve the recordings you watch, ordinarily run specific working frameworks, planned and enhanced to run the uncommon programming needed to cause them to do what they do. A few models incorporate Windows Server, Linux, and FreeBSD.

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