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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. By design, the could not revert from protected mode to the basic compatible real address mode " real mode " without a hardware-initiated reset.
Though it worked correctly, the method imposed a huge performance penalty. In theory, real-mode applications could be directly executed in bit protected mode if certain rules newly proposed with the introduction of the were followed; however, as many DOS programs did not conform to those rules, protected mode was not widely used until the appearance of its successor, the bit Intel , which was designed to go back and forth between modes easily and to provide an emulation of real mode within protected mode.
When Intel designed the , it was not designed to be able to multitask real-mode applications; real mode was intended to be a simple way for a bootstrap loader to prepare the system and then switch to protected mode; essentially, in protected mode the was designed to be a new processor with many similarities to its predecessors, while real mode on the was offered for smaller-scale systems that could benefit from a more advanced version of the CPU core, with advantages such as higher clock rates, faster instruction execution measured in clock cycles , and unmultiplexed buses, but not the bit 16 MB memory space.
The protected mode of the was not utilized until many years after its release, in part because of the high cost of adding extended memory to a PC, but also because of the need for software to support the large user base of PCs.
They simply could not natively run in this new mode without significant modification. In protected mode, memory management and interrupt handling were done differently than in real mode.
In addition, DOS programs typically would directly access data and code segments that did not belong to them, as real mode allowed them to do without restriction; in contrast, the design intent of protected mode was to prevent programs from accessing any segments other than their own unless special access was explicitly allowed.
While it was possible to set up a protected-mode environment that allowed all programs access to all segments by putting all segment descriptors into the GDT and assigning them all the same privilege level , this undermined nearly all of the advantages of protected mode except the extended bit address space.
The choice that OS developers faced was either to start from scratch and create an OS that would not run the vast majority of the old programs, or to come up with a version of DOS that was slow and ugly i.
Protected mode also did not provide a significant enough performance advantage over the compatible real mode to justify supporting its capabilities; actually, except for task switches when multitasking, it actually yielded only a performance disadvantage, by slowing down many instructions through a litany of added privilege checks.
The product would function strictly as an native-mode i. Intel said that the approach Digital Research wished to take in emulating software in protected mode differed from the original specifications.
Nevertheless, in the E-2 step, they implemented minor changes in the microcode that would allow Digital Research to run emulation mode much faster.
The problems led to Bill Gates famously referring to the as a "brain-dead chip",  [ when? Other operating systems that used the protected mode of the were Microsoft Xenix around ,  Coherent ,  and Minix.
In its successor chip, Intel enhanced the protected mode to address more memory and also added the separate virtual mode , a mode within protected mode with much better MS-DOS compatibility, in order to satisfy the diverging needs of the market.
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