In this detailed course about the modern operating systems, you'll learn about how an OS works. Operating Systems is an important subject of the curriculum of a Computer Science degree. You will study about the different kinds of operating systems there are. Then you will learn about how the operating system handles processes and threads, how the OS manages memory in the system and how the file system is handled along with other necessary duties of the OS. We will finally end the course with a case study of Windows Vista.
1. Understanding of data structures and digital electronics can be handy. 2. Knowledge of basic computer components, hardware components, microprocessors, and peripherals.
You will be learning the fundamentals of an Operating System. You will learn about the different components of an OS. You will learn how the existing OS manage their resources, memory, and processes.
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Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Process Management Section 3: File Systems Section 4: Memory Management Section 5: Device Management Section 6: Deadlock Section 7: Case Study with Windows Vista