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OS/2 Trademark An operating system produced in the late1980s by IBM and Microsoft for microcomputers with Intel 80286, 80386 i486, and Pentium processors, specifically the IBM PS/2 range. OS/2 allows multitasking and programs larger than the MS-DOS 640 kilobyte limit. It has a graphical user interface. The latest version, OS/2 Warp 4, is a 32-bit operating system that provides Internet, Java, and networking support, and incorporates speech recognition technology.

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OS/2

OS/2 Computing Operating System/2 (produced by IBM and Microsoft)

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