Operating Systems

Operating Systems

Operating system is a server system that provides the interface between the user and the hardware. It manages the computer's resources, including the processor, memory, and input/output devices, and provides a platform for running applications. Operating system software comes in various types, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, and Unix, each with its unique features and capabilities. Some common functions of an operating system software include managing files and folders, controlling the computer's network and internet connections, and providing security features to protect the system from threats. Overall, the operating system software is a critical component that allows users to interact with their computer and perform various tasks efficiently.

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