yes. windows nt is a multiuser operating system
Windows NT ("New Technology") is a family of Operating Systems produced by Microsoft, the first version of which was released in July 1993. It was originally designed to be a powerful high-level-language-based, processor-independent, multiprocessing, multiuser operating system with features comparable to Unix. It was intended to complement consumer versions of Windows that were based on MS-DOS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_NT
An operating system (OS) is a collection of software that manages computer hardware resources and provides common services for computer programs. The operating system is a vital component of the system software in a computer system. Application programs require an operating system to function.Windows 1.0Windows 3.1Windows 7Windows NTWindows XPWindows 95Windows 98Windows 2000Windows 8Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows is a line of operating systems. The types are (In order of Release): Windows 1 Windows 2 Windows 2.1 Windows 3 Windows NT 3.1 Windows NT 3.5 Windows NT 3.51 Windows 95 Windows NT 4.0 Windows 98 Windows 98 SE Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Windows Vista Windows Home Server Windows Server 2008 Windows 7 (coming out later this year) I really hope this answered your question.
ntldr file is the main boot loader file for all releases of Windows NT operating system up to and including Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. .NTLDR (abbreviation of NT loader). NTLDR's first action is to read the Boot.ini file. NTLDR allows the user to choose which operating system to boot from at the menu. For NT and NT-based operating systems, it also allows the user to pass preconfigured options to the kernel.
The original Windows OS was either Windows 1.0, released in 1985 or Windows NT released in 1992. Windows 1.0 is sometimes not considered an actual operating system because it ran inside of MS-DOS as its own executable file. However, it did provide many operating system like features, such as device drivers, virtual memory, (co-operative) multitasking and demand-loading of executable code/static data. Windows NT was its own stand alone Operating System and did not depend upon MS-DOS. In fact, MS-DOS ran inside of Windows NT as a virtual machine! Windows NT was the first operating system to provide "preemptive multitasking" - where the operating system is able to take away a program's control of the CPU against its will so that another program can execute. Windows 95, though still dependent upon MS-DOS as a boot-loader, was closer to a bona fide operating system than Windows 1.0 - but alas, as its name suggests it was released in 1995, thus making it newer than NT.
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