Windows, Linux, Unix.
timesharing is logical extention of multiprogramming.
That was one of its design goals.
Multitasking: The ability to execute more than one task at the same time is called multitasking. It involves only one CPU. Multiprogramming: The ability to execute more than one task but not simultaneously is called multiprogramming.
pre emptive cooperative
Windows NT 3.1 was the first to use a preemptive multitasking. However, it was Windows 95 which had true multitasking.
MULTIPROGRAMING .................. The term multiprograming denotes an operating system that,in addtion to supporting multitasking. In multiprograming more than one jobs are active in memory.Within a very small period more than one jobs are executed simultaneously. MULTITASKING ............... In general multiprogramming implies multitasking,but multitasking does not imply multiprogramming. A multitasking operating system is distinguished by its ability to support concurrent execution of two or more active processes. as discussed actually both multitasking and multiprogramming are same no other answer mentioned are justifiable.....
windows, mac os, unix, linux..generally all of the present versions of these OC's are multitasking ones..
Yes, it is multi-tasking.
They are both multitasking; they provide built-in networking with TCP/IP as the standard protocol; both can provide a GUI and CLI.
Both. Windows 3.1 and earlier used cooperative multitasking. Windows 95 and later use preemptive multitasking.
the most popular operating system multitasking is kernel
whar are key motivation for the development of multiprogrammig,multitasking,multithreading
It uses both techniques.
The UNIX operating system is made up of three parts; the kernel, the shell and the programs.
Windows XP is a pre-emptive multitasking operating system.
Multitasking is being able to do more than one thing at a time. Multiprogramming is using more than one 'language' to accomplish a task.
Vms unix linux
Because that was a design goal of the operating system.