Define Parallel operating systems

Parallel operating systems: These systems are employed to interface multiple networked computers to finish tasks in parallel. The architecture of the software is frequently a UNIX-based platform that permits it to coordinate distributed loads among multiple computers in a network. The Parallel operating systems are capable to employ software to manage all of the various resources of the computers running in parallel, like caches, memory, storage space, and processing power. The parallel operating systems too permit a user to directly interface with each and every computer in the network.

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