Category:Time-sharing operating systems

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From Time-sharing system evolution: In the 1960s, time-sharing was a new concept, a departure from the batch processing approach previously used with computers. ... Today, of course, virtually all operating systems are time-sharing systems.

This category includes those operating systems that, in their name or article text, are described as time-sharing.

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