CCRI COMI 1100 - UNDERSTANDING OPERATING SYSTEM (104 pages)

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UNDERSTANDING OPERATING SYSTEM



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UNDERSTANDING OPERATING SYSTEM

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School:
Community College of Rhode Island
Course:
Comi 1100 -

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About the Presentations The presentations cover the objectives found in the opening of each chapter All chapter objectives are listed in the beginning of each presentation You may customize the presentations to fit your class needs Some figures from the chapters are included A complete set of images from the book can be found on the Instructor Resources disc Chapter 1 Introducing Operating Systems After completing this chapter you should be able to describe Innovations in operating systems development The basic role of an operating system The major operating system software subsystem managers and their functions The types of machine hardware on which operating systems run Understanding Operating Systems Sixth Edition 3 The differences among batch interactive real time hybrid and embedded operating systems Multiprocessing and its impact on the evolution of operating system software Virtualization and core architecture trends in new operating systems Understanding Operating Systems Sixth Edition 4 Operating systems Manage computer system hardware and software This text explores What they are How they work What they do Why they do it This chapter describes How operating systems work The evolution of operation systems Understanding Operating Systems Sixth Edition 5 A Computer System consists of Software programs Hardware the physical machine and its electronic components The Operating System Software The chief piece of software The portion of the computer system that Manages all hardware and all software Controls every file device section of main memory and nanosecond of processing time Controls who can use the system Controls how system is used Understanding Operating Systems Sixth Edition The Operating System Software Each time the user sends a command the OS must make sure that the command is executed If it s not executed It must arrange for the user to get a message explaining the error Understanding Operating Systems Sixth Edition The User Interface The component



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