Multitasking OS

A Multitasking Operating system is a type of OS that allows the user to perform more than one task (process) a time in a computer system. The Operating system switches from one task to another which appears to the user as if he is running all the programs simultaneously. Multi Tasking reduces the waiting time for the multiple batches.

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