What does UNIX 95 mean?

an Open Group Specification that is compatible with Version 1 of the Single UNIX Specification, a standard Unix programming interface that governs compliance. It was published in 1994, supplanting UNIX 93, which was not compliant with the Single UNIX Specification.

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Unix is an operating system (OS) formulated in 1969 at Bell Labs as an interactive time-sharing system. It was never a proprietary OS and is not owned by either of the leading computer companies. Version 2 of the Unix specification is called UNIX 98. It added support for real-time processing threads, Y2K compliance and architecture neutrality. It was followed by UNIX 03.

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