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Chapter 8 Operating Systems and Utility Programs: 

Chapter 8 Operating Systems and Utility Programs

Chapter 8 Objectives: 

Chapter 8 Objectives Identify the types of system software Summarize the startup process on a personal computer Discuss ways that some operating systems help administrators control a network and administer security Explain the purpose of the utilities included with most operating systems Summarize the features of several stand-alone operating systems Identify various network operating systems Identify devices that use several embedded operating systems Explain the purpose of several stand-alone utility programs Describe the functions of an operating system

System Software: 

System Software What is system software? p. 398 Programs that maintain operation of computer Two types are operating systems and utility programs

Operating Systems: 

Operating Systems What are the functions of an operating system? p. 398 - 399 Fig. 8-1

Operating Systems: 

Operating Systems What is a cross-platform application? p. 399 Runs identically on multiple operating systems Operating system that computer uses is sometimes called the platform

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is booting? p. 400 Fig. 8-2 Cold boot Turning on computer that has been powered off Warm boot Restarting computer that is powered on Process of starting or restarting a computer

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions How does a personal computer boot up? p. 400 - 401 Fig. 8-3 Step 1. Power supply sends signal to com-ponents in system unit Step 4. Results of POST are compared with data in CMOS chip Step 2. Processor accesses BIOS to start computer Step 3. BIOS runs tests, called the POST, to check components such as mouse, keyboard, and adapter cards Step 5. BIOS looks for system files on a USB drive, in floppy disk drive or CD/DVD drive, and then hard disk Step 6. Kernel (core) of operating system loads into RAM Step 7. Operating system loads configuration information and displays desktop on screen

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is a recovery disk? p. 402 Contains system files that will start computer when computer cannot boot Also called boot disk

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is a user interface? p. 402 Fig. 8-4 command-line interface menu-driven interface Controls how you enter data and instructions and how information displays on screen

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is a graphical user interface (GUI)? p. 402 Fig. 8-4 User interacts with menus and visual images such as icons and buttons

Operating System Functions: 

Foreground contains program you are using Background contains programs that are running but are not in use Operating System Functions What is single user/ multitasking? p. 403 - 404 Fig. 8-5 Working on two or more programs that reside in memory at same time

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What are other program management features of operating systems? p. 405 fault-tolerant computer multiuser multiprocessing

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is memory management? p. 405 - 406 Fig. 8-7 Step 1. The operating system transfers the least recently used data and program instructions to disk because RAM is needed for other functions. Step 2. The operating system transfers data and program instructions from hard disk to RAM when they are needed. Optimizing use of random access memory (RAM) With virtual memory (VM), portion of hard disk is allocated to function as RAM

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions How does an operating system schedule jobs? p. 406 - 407

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is spooling? p. 407 Fig. 8-8 Sending print jobs to buffer instead of directly to printer Print jobs line up in queue

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is a device driver? p. 407 Also called driver

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions How do you install a device driver? p. 408 Fig. 8-9 Step 1. Open Control Panel window. Point to Printers and Other Hardware link. Step 2. Click Printers and Other Hardware link. Point to Add a printer link. Step 3. Click Add a printer link. Follow on-screen instructions. Step 4. Add Printer Wizard searches for Plug and Play printers on your computer. If it finds any such printers, it installs them. Step 5. If Add Printer Wizard cannot find any Plug and Play printers, you can select type of printer you want to install. An on-screen prompt may ask you to insert floppy disk, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM that contains necessary driver files to complete the installation of printer.

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions How do you establish an Internet connection? p. 409 Fig. 8-10 Windows XP includes New Connection Wizard Guides user through setting up connection between computer and Internet

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions How does an operating system monitor performance? p. 409 Fig. 8-11 Provides program, called performance monitor, that assesses and reports information about system resources and devices

Operating System Functions: 

Operating System Functions What is a network operating system? p. 410 Fig. 8-12 Allows users to share printer, Internet access, files, and programs on a network Administers security by establishing user name and password for each user

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a utility program? p. 411 Fig. 8-13 System software that performs maintenance-type tasks Also called utility

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a file manager? p. 412 Figs. 8-14–8-15 Performs functions such as copying, renaming, deleting, and moving files Image viewer displays contents of graphics file when you double click on it

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a personal firewall? p. 413 Figs. 8-16 Detects and protects a personal computer from unauthorized intrusions The latest update to Windows XP automatically enables the built-in personal firewall upon installation

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is an uninstaller? p. 413 In Windows XP, uninstaller is in Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel Removes a program and all associated files

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a disk scanner? p. 414 Fig. 8-17 Detects and corrects problems on hard disk Searches for and removes unnecessary files

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a disk defragmenter? p. 414 Fig. 8-18 Reorganizes files and unused space on hard disk so programs run faster

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a diagnostic utility? p. 414 Fig. 8-19 Compiles technical information about hardware and some software Prepares report outlining problems

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Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a backup utility? p. 415 Fig. 8-20 Copies selected files or entire hard disk onto another storage medium Most compress files during backup to require less storage space

Operating System Utility Programs: 

Operating System Utility Programs What is a screen saver? p. 415 Fig. 8-21 Causes monitor’s screen to display moving image or blank screen if there is no activity for a specified time To secure computer, user configures screen saver to require password to deactivate

Types of Operating Systems: 

Types of Operating Systems What are some characteristics of operating systems? p. 415 - 416

Types of Operating Systems: 

Types of Operating Systems What are three categories of operating systems? p. 416

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Stand-Alone Operating Systems What is DOS (Disk Operating System)? p. 417

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Stand-Alone Operating Systems How do Windows versions compare? p. 417 Fig. 8-23

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Fast, reliable Windows operating system Stand-Alone Operating Systems What is Windows XP? p. 417 Fig. 8-24 Available in five editions: Home Edition, Professional Edition, Tablet PC Edition, Media Center Edition, and 64-bit Edition

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Successor to Windows XP, containing a new interface and new / enhanced features Stand-Alone Operating Systems What is Windows Vista? p. 419 Fig. 8-26 Available in several editions, grouped into Home and Business categories

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Stand-Alone Operating Systems What are some features of Windows Vista? p. 419

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Stand-Alone Operating Systems What is Mac OS X? p. 420 Fig. 8-28 Available only for computers manufactured by Apple Macintosh operating system has been model for most GUIs

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Stand-Alone Operating Systems What is UNIX? p. 420 Fig. 8-29 Used by power users because of its flexibility and power Most versions offer GUI Available for computers of all sizes

Stand-Alone Operating Systems: 

Stand-Alone Operating Systems What is Linux? p. 421 Fig. 8-30 Red Hat provides a version of Linux called Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Popular, free, multitasking UNIX-type operating system Open-source softwaree— code is available to public Both a stand-alone and a network operating system

Network Operating Systems: 

Network Operating Systems What are examples of network operating systems? p. 422 - 423

Embedded Operating Systems: 

Embedded Operating Systems What is an embedded operating system? p. 423 Fig. 8-31 Found on most mobile computers, PDAs, and other small devices Windows CE is scaled-down version of Windows

Embedded Operating Systems: 

Embedded Operating Systems What are two operating systems for PDAs? p. 423 - 424 Figs. 8-32 - 8-33 Windows Mobile for Pocket PC Palm OS for Palm

Embedded Operating Systems: 

Embedded Operating Systems What is Embedded Linux? p. 425 Fig. 8-34 Scaled-down Linux operating system designed for PDAs, smart phones, smart watches, set-top boxes, Internet telephones, and other devices Offers many PIM functions

Embedded Operating Systems: 

Embedded Operating Systems What is Symbian OS? p. 425 Fig. 8-35 Open-source, multitasking operating system designed for smart phones Make telephone calls, save appointments, browse Web, send and receive e-mail and faxes, and more

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What is a virus? p. 425 Fig. 8-36 Potentially damaging computer program Affects computer without user’s knowledge An unusual message or image is displayed on the computer screen An unusual sound or music plays randomly The available memory is less than what should be available A program or file suddenly is missing An unknown program or file mysteriously appears The size of a file changes without explanation A file becomes corrupted A program or file does not work properly System properties change

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What is an antivirus program? p. 425 - 426 Fig. 8-37 Identifies and removes viruses in memory, storage media, and incoming files Must be updated frequently

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What is spyware? p. 426 Program placed on a computer without the user’s knowledge that secretly collects information about the user Often enters a computer as a result of a user installing a new program A spyware remover is a program that detects and deletes spyware

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What are internet filters? p. 426 - 427 Programs that remove or block certain items from being displayed Anti-Spam Programs Web Filters

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What is a file compression utility? p. 427 Fig. 8-38 Shrinks size of files to free up room and improve performance Compressed files are sometimes called zipped files Two popular utilities: PKZIP and WinZip

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What is CD/DVD burning software? p. 428 Fig. 8-39 Writes text, graphics, audio, and video files to a recordable or rewriteable CD or DVD

Stand-Alone Utility Programs: 

Stand-Alone Utility Programs What is a personal computer maintenance utility? p. 428 Fig. 8-40 Identifies and fixes operating system problems and disk problems Some continuously monitor computer to identify problems before they occur

Summary of Operating Systems and Utility Programs: 

Summary of Operating Systems and Utility Programs Chapter 8 Complete Define an operating system Discuss the functions common to most operating systems Introduce several utility programs commonly found in operating systems Discuss a variety of stand-alone operating systems, network operating systems, and embedded operating systems Describe several stand-alone utility programs

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