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1959
SHARE Operating System (SOS), based on GM-NAA I/O

1956
GM-NAA I/O for IBM 704, based on General Motors Operating System

1957
Atlas Supervisor (Manchester University) (Atlas computer project start)

1958
University of Michigan Executive System (UMES), for IBM 704, 709, and 7090

1955
General Motors Operating System made for IBM 701[4]

1951
LEO I 'Lyons Electronic Office'[1] was the commercial development of EDSAC computing platform, supported by British firm J. Lyons and Co.

1954
MIT's Tape Director operating system made for UNIVAC 1103[2][3]

Bc Time 19951-1969
1964
Berkeley Timesharing System (for Scientific Data Systems' SDS 940)


1960
IBSYS (IBM for its 7090 and 7094)

1961
CTSS (MIT's Compatible Time-Sharing System for the IBM 7094)


1962
Atlas Supervisor (Manchester University) (Atlas computer commissioned)
GCOS (GE's General Comprehensive Operating System, originally GECOS, General Electric Comprehensive Operating Supervisor)


1963
AN/FSQ-32, another early time-sharing system begun


1967
CP/CMS (IBM, also known as CP-67)


1966
OS/360 (IBM's primary OS for its S/360 series) PCP and MFT (Shipped)


1965
THE multiprogramming system (Technische Hogeschool Eindhoven)


1969
Unics (later Unix) (AT&T, initially on DEC computers)



1968
Airline Control Program (ACP) (IBM)


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