Network operating system

Network operating system is a specialized collection of software that gives a computer the ability to communicate over a network and to take advantage of a board range of networking services. Windows NT and Windows 2000 are network operating systems available in Workstation (called “Professional” in Windows 2000) and Server versions; Windows 95 and Windows 98 also include built-in network client and peer-to-peer capabilities.

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