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Difference between Time sharing operating system and batch processing operating system?

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Differentiate between Simple Batch Operating Systems and Time-sharing Operating Systems

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In batch processing the tasks are performed in batches. In time sharing, the operating system shares the time between each task.


multi processing is nothing but executing multiple thrads on multiple processors at a time....


parallel operating system is tha sharing of data between two computers....... Distributing system is the sharing of data among different computers....


There are seven main capabilities of an operating system:Single user processingMulti-user processingSingle taskingMultitasking or MultiprogrammingMultiprocessing or Parallel processingInterprocessing communicationTime sharing


time sharing operating system is user interactive, but multiprogramming operating system need not be user interactive


The main difference between batch sharing and time sharing is that in batch sharing system tasks are processed in order in which they arrive. Whereas, in the later the system switches between tasks.


Time sharing OS allows user to share the system simultaneously. Each user is allocated resources for a particular time slot. Parallel processing - various process can execute simultaneously, there is no resource allocation scheme.


1. BATCH PROCESSING operating system 2. MULTIPROGRAMMING operating system 3. TIME SHARING operating system 4. REAL TIME operating system 5. DISTRIBUTED operating system


sharing is giving some but not all away.


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Running of the jobs in an orderly way is known as batch system OS. On the other hand, tasks are allotted specific OS switches and time in time sharing OS.


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A traditional file processing system do not support to ask query . A database management system allows you to ask query . Also DBMS maintain data security and consistency.


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Unix was designed specifically to handle many users and requests at the same time (time-sharing).


1) Batch processing 2) Distributed processing 3) Transaction processing 4) Real - Time processing 5) Online processing 6) Time sharing Processing


the block diagram of time sharing system in o.s


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AnswerAssuming you're like the 99% who are using PCs or MACs: An operating system resides on your local computer and it's function is to allow the software to work with the hardware on that machine. A network operating system allows multiple computers to connect to each other, controlling the sharing of devices, files or programs. This resides on a shared computer called a "server".


A transaction processing system is a system that divides work into individual transactions. Types of processing include batch processing, time sharing, real time processing, and transaction processing.


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