IBM OS/2 1.0

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The first version of IBM OS/2 was developed in partnership with Microsoft. It was marketed as the 'platform for the '90s'. OS/2 Version 1.0 did not include the Presentation Manager GUI.

  • 16-bit multitasking protected-mode operating system with pre-emptive scheduling, multi-threading, dynamic linking, and virtual memory.
  • Memory protection capabilities.
  • Supports up to 16 MB RAM.
  • OS/2 development API.
  • FAT file system support.
  • Supported shared memory, pipes, queues, semaphores, and signals.


Released Products

Standard Edition
Extended Edition