(A). Mac OS X
(B). Novell NetWare
(D) All of these
(MCQs) CORRECT ANSWER : (D) All of these
A network operating system is a specific and dedicated operating system for a network device. For example, Operating systems of switches, routers, firewalls, etc.
Examples of network operating systems
Some famous network operating systems are mentioned below;
|Network OS||BSD, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and 2008, UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X, and Novell NetWare.|
|real-time operating systems||eCos, RTLinux, VxWorks, QNX,|
|iOS (Apple), Bada (Samsung), Tizen (Samsung), Android (Google), Windows OS (Microsoft), Symbian OS (Nokia), Blackberry OS (Research in Motion),|
|Batch Operating System||Bank Statements, Payroll System|
|MDS, MOS, Saguaro, Linux (Apache Server), MICROS, Uniflex, Roscoe, Newark, Arachne, Ubuntu, RIG, Charlotte, Spring, Windows server 2003,2008 and 2012, Clouds, Plan9, DISTRIX, DISTOS, MOSIX, NSMOS, Cronus, SODS/OS, SODA, REPOS, DEMOS/MP, MDX, Eden, CHOICES, AMOEBA, AEGIS, Galaxy, CONDOR|
|Multitasking/Time Sharing OS||TOPS-20 (DEC), TOPS-10 (DEC), Windows 2000 server, Windows NT server, Multics, UNIX, Linux,|
Operating Systems Important MCQs with Explanation
- Which of the following is not an operating system?
- Which of the following is a Distributed Operating system?
- Which of the following is a real-time operating system?
- Which of the following is a Network Operating system?