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Improved Microdrive Basic Operating System

The Improved Microdrive BASIC Operating System is a programming language designed to run on the Sinclair ZX81 and ZX Spectrum home computers. The programming language provided an environment for creating software on these early 8-bit machines, offering improved support for machine code subroutines and enhanced graphics functions compared to earlier versions of Sinclair BASIC. This made it possible to develop more sophisticated programs and games within the memory constraints of the system. The Improved Microdrive BASIC Operating System was part of Sinclair's efforts to keep pace with evolving demands in the personal computing landscape during the 1980s by providing users with better tools for writing applications without needing additional hardware or add-ons.

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