Monoprogramming

Protection Hardware
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Protection Hardware

Early mainframes, like the IBM 7090/7094, had no protection hardware, so they just ran one program at a time. A buggy program could wipe out the operating system and easily crash

Virtual Memory
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Virtual Memory

Virtual memory (discussed in "MEMORY MANAGEMENT"), gives the ability to run programs larger than the machine's physical memory by moving pieces back and forth between RAM

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