Unix

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Unix is an Operating System. An Operating System is a program that allows human users to interact with the computers hardware.

It was created by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and Brian Kernighan in 1969, while working at Bell Labs.

There different versions of Unix. They all mostly behave the same way. They usually differ howerver in their Systems Administration.

Here are Few examples of different versions of Unix:

Linux is the newest of the bunch and very popularly used, today.





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