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operating systems from the 1990s
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_operating_systems#90s

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1990
AmigaOS 2.0
BeOS (v1)
Genera 8.0
OS/2 1.3
OSF/1
AIX 3.0
Windows 3.0
LOCK[24] – TCSEC A1-class secure system with kernel & hardware support for Type enforcement
Virtual Machine/Enterprise Systems Architecture (VM/XA ESA)
PC/GEOS

1991
Linux 0.01-0.1
Mac OS (System 7)
MINIX 1.5
PenPoint OS
RISC OS 3[25]
Trusted Xenix[26] – rewritten & security enhanced Xenix evaluated at TCSEC B2-class
Amoeba – microkernel-based, POSIX-compliant, distributed OS

1992
386BSD 0.1
BSD/386, by BSDi and later known as BSD/OS.
AmigaOS 3.0
Amiga Unix 2.01 (Latest stable release)
RSTS/E 10.1 (Last stable release, September 1992)
SLS
Solaris 2.0 (Successor to SunOS 4.x; based on SVR4 instead of BSD)
OpenVMS V1.0 (First OpenVMS AXP (Alpha) specific version, November 1992)
OS/2 2.0 (First i386 32-bit based version)
Plan 9 First Edition (First public release was made available to universities)
Windows 3.1
LGX

1993
FreeBSD
NetBSD
Newton OS
Windows NT 3.1 (First Windows NT kernel public release)
Open Genera 1.0
IBM 4690 Operating System
Novell NetWare 4
OS/2 2.1
Slackware 1.0
Spring

1994
AIX 4.0, 4.1
OS/2 3.0
RISC OS 3.5
NetBSD 1.0 (First multi-platform release, October 1994)
SPIN – extensible OS written in Modula-3
Red Hat

1995
Digital UNIX (aka Tru64 UNIX)
OpenBSD
OS/390
Plan 9 Second Edition (Commercial second release version was made available to the general public.)
Ultrix 4.5 (Last major release)
Windows 95

1996
Mac OS 7.6 (First officially-named Mac OS)
Windows NT 4.0
Windows CE 1.0
RISC OS 3.6
AIX 4.2
OS/2 4.0
Palm OS
Debian 1.1
JN[27] – microkernel OS for embedded, Java apps

1997
Inferno
Mac OS 8
Windows CE 2.0
SkyOS
MINIX 2.0
RISC OS 3.7
AIX 4.3
DR-WebSpyder 1.0
Nemesis[28]

1998
Solaris 7 (first 64-bit Solaris release – names from this point drop "2.", otherwise would've been Solaris 2.7)
Windows 98
RT-11 5.7 (Last stable release, October 1998)
Novell NetWare 5
Junos
DR-WebSpyder 2.0

1999
AROS (Boot for the first time in Stand Alone version)
RISC OS 4
Mac OS 9
OS/2 4.5
Windows 98 (2nd edition)
Inferno Second Edition (Last distribution (Release 2.3, c. July 1999) from Lucent's Inferno Business Unit)[29]