XENIX

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XENIX

(operating system)
A commercial version of Unix for microprocessor-based computers, released by Microsoft in 1980. In 1992, SCO became Microsoft's co-development partner and the alternate source for the product.

XENIX

An 8-bit version of Unix from Microsoft that was available for the IBM PC. It was later licensed to The Santa Cruz Operation for resale. See SCO XENIX.
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The principal competing operating systems for MS DOS are AT&T's UNIX (known as ZENIX under the MicroSoft label) and IBM's OS/2 operating system, Warp.
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