What is a Multi-User Operating System? - Computer Notes
Definition: A Multi-user operating system is a computer operating system which allows multiple users to access the single system with one operating system on it. It is generally used on large mainframe computers.Example: Linux, Unix, Windows 2000, Ubuntu, Mac OS etc.,In the multi-user operating system, different users connected at different terminals and we can access, these users through the ...
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