Question

Other operating systems do not have all of the concurrent mechanisms that Linux has....


Other operating systems do not have all of the concurrent mechanisms that Linux has.

Answer

Concurrency is a term used in software engineering to describe techniques and processes that enable a computer to do many tasks at once or at least seem to do so.

To do this, new hardware and software features were necessary.

Linux handles real-time signals and integrates all prior UNIX concurrency mechanisms.

An operating system (OS) is a piece of software that manages the hardware and software resources of a computer while also offering standard functionality to other programmes.

Time-sharing operating systems may include accounting software to measure the cost of processing time, storage, printing, and other resources.

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