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Unix is a generic name used for Unix and similar operating systems, such as the popular Linux. The operating systems are multitasking and have the capabilities for multiple users.
The operating system was designed with programmers in mind, with the system created as a small and flexible system that programmers would enjoy working with. Because of its flexibility and power, the UNIX operating system has become the market-leading OS for workstations, rather than personal
Therefore, many IT professionals will be aware of, and will utilise, the UNIX OS within their computing systems.