Operating Systems

An Operating System, which is one of the components of a computer system, is a software program that manages the hardware and software of a computer, providing an interface for the execution of programs. An operating system makes a computer system convenient and efficient. Its principal services are program execution, I/O operations, file-system manipulation, communications, error detection, resource allocation, and protection. Examples of operating systems are Microsoft Windows XP, and Unix-family operating systems, such as Linux.

CPU Sheduling

CPU Scheduling

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