Click here to load reader

history of operating systems - · PDF file OPERATING SYSTEMS The History of 1950s The first operating systems were implemented for IBM 701 by The general Motors Research Labora-tories

  • View
    10

  • Download
    1

Embed Size (px)

Text of history of operating systems - · PDF file OPERATING SYSTEMS The History of 1950s The first...

  • OPERATING SYSTEMS

    The History of

    1950s The first operating systems were implemented for IBM 701 by The general Motors Research Labora- tories

    The early operating system - GM- NAA I/O- was developed by Robert L. Patrick of General Motors for use on their IBM 704 mainframe

    1956

    1984 Mac OS was developed by Apple Computer, Inc for their new prod- uct, the Macintosh home PC. Mac OS was the first OS with a GUI built-in

    Microsoft released Microsoft Windows, which popularized the Operating System even more. Microsoft Windows allowed users a graphical user interface (GUI), which rapidly spread Microsoft’s product

    1985

    1981 MS-DOS was developed by Micro- soft for the IBM PC’s. It was the first widely available Operating Systems for home users

    Unix was developed by AT&T Bell Labs programmers It gained wide- spread acceptance first within the large AT&T company, and later by colleges and universities.

    1969

    The early operating systems were developed for IBM mainframes

    1993 Windows NT was developed by Microsoft as a high-end server Operating System, the NT code became the basis for Operating Systems to this day

    is the most popular desktop computer operating system, according to the 2017 Stat- Counter Global Stats report

    www.liquidtechnology.net

    Linux was developed by Linus Tor- valds as a free Unix variant. Linux today is a very largely contributed Open Source project that plays a very prominent role in today’s server industry

    1991

    WHY DID MICROSOFT BECOME THE OS INDUSTRY LEADER ?

    Cost less

    Better applications

    Embraced by many enterprises early

    1

    2

    3

    Sources: https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001777.htmV

    https://www.sutori.com/story/the-history-of-operating-systems-235d

    https://www.businessinsider.com/how-apple-really-lost-its-lead-in-the-80s-2012-12

    https://www.intervalzero.com/software/why-are-windows-pcs-so-popular-in-industrial-automation/