Os similar to or like CP/M

Mass-market operating system created in 1974 for Intel 8080/85-based microcomputers by Gary Kildall of Digital Research, Inc. Initially confined to single-tasking on 8-bit processors and no more than 64 kilobytes of memory, later versions of CP/M added multi-user variations and were migrated to 16-bit processors. Wikipedia

  • Discontinued multi-user version of the CP/M operating system, created by Digital Research developer Tom Rolander in 1979. It allowed multiple users to connect to a single computer, each using a separate terminal. Wikipedia

  • Digital Research

    Company created by Gary Kildall to market and develop his CP/M operating system and related 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit systems like MP/M, Concurrent DOS, FlexOS, Multiuser DOS, DOS Plus, DR DOS and GEM. The first large software company in the microcomputer world. Wikipedia

  • CP/M-86

    Version of the CP/M operating system that Digital Research made for the Intel 8086 and Intel 8088. The system commands are the same as in CP/M-80. Wikipedia

  • 86-DOS

    Discontinued operating system developed and marketed by Seattle Computer Products for its Intel 8086-based computer kit. Changed to 86-DOS once SCP started licensing the operating system in 1980. Wikipedia

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  • Discontinued disk operating system developed by Microsoft for the 8-bit home computer standard MSX, and is a cross between MS-DOS 1.25 and CP/M-80 2. MSX-DOS and the extended BASIC with 3½-inch floppy disk support were simultaneously developed by Microsoft and Spectravideo as a software and hardware standard for the MSX home computer standard, to add disk capabilities to BASIC and to give the system a cheaper software medium than Memory Cartridges, and a more powerful storage system than cassette tape. Wikipedia


    Sentences forCP/M

    • It was launched in 1987, initially retailed for £249 and then later £199 and was the only Spectrum capable of running the CP/M operating system without additional hardware.ZX Spectrum-Wikipedia
    • The successors had many improvements such as a BASIC with graphics and sound commands (like almost all home computers not made by Commodore ), 80-column display ability, and full CP/M compatibility.Commodore 64-Wikipedia
    • This used to be the norm in the computer industry, with operating systems such as CP/M, Apple DOS and versions of Mac OS prior to 7.6 freely copyable (but not modifiable).Linux-Wikipedia
    • A version of CP/M was released, but this requires the addition of an external Z80 processor to the expansion bus.Commodore 64-Wikipedia
    • IBM awarded a contract to Microsoft in November 1980 to provide a version of the CP/M OS to be used in the IBM Personal Computer (IBM PC).Microsoft-Wikipedia
    • IBM's representatives also mentioned that they needed an operating system, and Gates referred them to Digital Research (DRI), makers of the widely used CP/M operating system.Bill Gates-Wikipedia

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