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ProDOS, later termed ProDOS 8 to distinguish the software from ProDOS 16, was the successor operating system to Apple DOS.

ProDOS added filesystem affordances such as support for subdirectories and file created/modified dates, along with other…

The Commodore DOS firmware onboard the Commodore 1581 external floppy drive. This version has support for partitions and subdirectories.

CP/M 2.2 is the operating system for the Osborne 1. It consists of a basic input/output system, a basic disk operating system (BDOS) and a console command processor (CCP).

This is the Commodore DOS version found onboard the motherboard of the Commodore 128D, and manages the internal 1571 floppy disk drive.

It operates with the MOS 6502 microprocessor.

Commodore BASIC 7.0 is the programming language supplied with the Commodore 128D. In conjunction with Commodore DOS, it provides a command line interface and serves as the operating system for the machine.

Apple DOS was the disk operating system for Apple II systems, handling read and write operations for floppy diskettes. It was designed to work with Applesoft BASIC.

The version of BASIC used in many Apple II computers. A collaboration between Microsoft and Apple. Supported floating point numbers.