V2_OS does NOT
This our point of view on this: We will not change the
architecture of the kernel to allow it to multitask since this will
affect the whole system even when it is not multitasking and that's
not the way me ment it.
It could be argued that MS-DOS was the Fastest Proprietary 80x86 Based
Operating System around yet no one I know would use it anymore. Okay,
besides being a 16-bit clone of an 8-bit OS, it didn't allow multitasking
either yet people went to great lengths to include it.
TIP: at least make the operating system reentrant. It doesn't cost
that much, reduces bugs, and makes the addition of multitasking that much
It's beginning to look like that those who do not study the history of
MS-DOS are condemed to reimpliment it—poorly.
And MS-DOS wasn't all that great to begin with.
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