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

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There are basically four types of operating systems. They include Batch Operating System, Multiprogramming Operating System, Network Operating System and Distributed Operating System.

A batch file is a file containing a series of instructions to be carried out by the operating system.

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

Batch operating systems group together similar IPs into batches. The OS then runs processes on these IPs based on their characteristics.

Good morning teachers and my all friends let us start with the INTRODUCTION of BATCH SYSTEM .you all may be knowing what is batch system but let me inform you that it is an operating system in which interaction between user & processor is limited or there is no interaction at all during the execution of work. Data & programs that need to be processed are bundled & collected as a batch & executed together.

A program reads a large file and gives the report is example of batch processing

multiprogramming-there is no way for single user to keep either cpu or the io divices busy at all times...

Spooling in Batch Poerating System utilise the CPU(prevents watage of time) as when no job batch remain to execute by CPU.Spooling is Simultaneous Peripheral Operation Online.

Batch testing can have several uses. When a new software package is due to be released, when changes / upgraded to the operating system / network have been made.

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.

No. Linux can have several tasks and split resources between them. Linux would be considered a time-sharing system.

The system must process data immediately, and cannot wait like a batch OS would

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

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Depends on your operating system. Everything you can type into your cmd, powershell or terminal, works in a batch file. Plus you can use conditional and loop statements (syntax depends on your operating system). Under Windows you can turn off output of source on a console by writing "@echo off" as your first line of your batch file or precede every statement by "@."

A combination of batch and interactive system.It let individual user can access the system and get more faster responses but actually accepts and runs batch programs in background when the interactive load is light. written by DraGonCC

IN REAL TIME SYSTEM THE OUTPUT HAS COME IN QUICK RESPONSE. WHEN THE USER ENTER HIS QUERY THEN THE OUTPUT COMES IN FEW SECONDS. AND IN BATCH PROCESSING SYSTEM THE THE SYSTEM IS NOT DESIGNED FOR QUICK RESPONSE AND THE USER ENTERS HIS QUERY DAY BY DAY IN A PUNCH CARD AND THE RESULT WILL BE SHOWN TO HIM BY SYSTEM IN FEW DAYS DEPENDING UPON THE QUERY.


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