Are you working on it every day, and it goes without saying that everything works the way it does? Speech is about the computer. But have you ever thought about how it works?
And how does your computer work?
For many of us, women, understanding the concept of operating system is quite difficult because we have simply not been equipped with the right technical thinking, such as men, since birth. Of course, this does not apply to all women, but I dare say that more than most of us are in the same way.
The operating system is actually the software of the computer – such basic software that we find in the computer’s memory and is constantly on standby when the computer is turned on.
The operating system consists of:
auxiliary system tools
In fact, the operating system allows us to operate the computer in its entirety, so we can fully control it. In any case, its development is much more challenging, complex and more important to development, unlike other computer software.
Operating systems for our computers include:
Mac OS X
Our mobile phones must also be equipped with operating systems such as:
The first computers did not have operating systems, their inventions date back to the 1960s, and they were delivered to so-called mainframes, called mainframe. The first official operating system was invented by the world-renowned IBM and named MFT and fully supported multitasking.
Operating systems have three basic functions:
Computer Control – You can run different programs and get results.
Abstraction of hardware – creates an important interface for all programs.
Resource management – takes care of computer system resources.
The operating system consists of three basic components, namely:
Monolithic core – one unit that functions.
Microarray – its detachable parts each work separately as processes.
Hybrid core – it’s actually a combination of the two previous components.
Anyway, every computer with any operating system will definitely make it easier for a Microsoft Office suite that’s actually indispensable for practical life.