That would depend on how you define multiuser: in the traditional timesharing sense and as Multics, Unix and VMS was designed to be multiuser, where it means many people may login to one computer at the same time via terminals… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
There is no correct answer without qualifying which multiuser systems are being discussed. All modern operating systems have inherited traits and abilities from other older multiuser systems. There are multiple multiuser operating systems currently in use. IBM has their mainframe… Full Answer
windows does have the facility to give access to different users. That is the reason we can log on to different user accounts on windows. But windows does not give access to multiple users at the same time in a… Full Answer
Windows NT is the foundation for all current Windows Operating Systems. Windows XP, Vista, Workstation, and 7 all use the NT foundation. Windows ME was the other attempt at creating a stable Operating System foundation for future use, but it… Full Answer
Windows NT 4 did not have a specific codename. The changes between it and Windows NT 3.51 (codenamed Daytona) were mainly just a shell update. The shell update was created as part of the Cairo project.
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… Full Answer