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DX10

Summary
DX10 was a general purpose international, multitasking operating system designed to operate with the Texas Instruments 990/10, 990/10A and 990/12 minicomputers using the memory mapping feature. The Disk Executive Operating System (DX10) DX10 was a versatile disk-based operating system capable of supporting a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. DX10 was also a multiterminal system capable of making each of several users appear to have exclusive control of the system. DX10 was an international operating system designed to meet the commercial requirements of the United States, most European countries, and Japan. DX10 supported several models of video display terminals (VDTs), most of which permit users to enter, view, and process data in their own language. DX10 Capabilities DX10 required a basic hardware configuration, but allows additional members of an extensive group of peripherals to be included in the configuration. During system generation,
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