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A.K. CHHABRA Operating System is the SOULpp of the computer

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A.K. CHHABRA Operating System is the SOUL of the computer

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA

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OPERATING SYSTEM Windows 3.1 (late 80's) was Microsoft's first attempt at a Macintosh-like Graphical User Interface (GUI) Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP IMPROVED VERSIONS Windows 3.1x Versionen: Windows 3.1Windows 3.11Windows 3.2 A.K. CHHABRA

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Microsoft has recently released a document which would give details on what exactly a PC requires to be Vista capable and what constitutes a Windows Vista Capable computer. However, a Window Vista Capable PC would mean that it can run the home edition of the Vista and would feature the Vista Logo (how kind of Microsoft!). So if you are going to go PC shopping very soon, you should check out the label which would read "Designed for Windows XP—Windows Vista Capable".

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the ability to run on Windows XP, would have a  modern CPU, 512MB of RAM, a DirectX 9 class graphics processor and also has support for Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) to take advantage of Vista’s improved graphics. The minimum requirements needed to run the coveted (?) Windows Vista would include

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KEYB0ARD CPU MONITOR INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT Computer with DUAL CORE motherboard

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KEYB0ARD CPU MONITOR INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT Computer with ordinary motherboard Processor 1

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KEYB0ARD CPU MONITOR INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT Computer with DUAL CORE motherboard multitasking computing power. Dual Core systems are those that contains two separate physical computer processors in the same chassis. In dual-processor systems, the two processors can either be located on the same motherboard or on separate boards. Processor 1 Processor 2

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OPERATING SYSTEM COMPONENTS OF WINDOWS Minimize Button Full Screen Button Terminate Program Button Re-size Button A.K. CHHABRA

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OPERATING SYSTEM How Do I Display My Disk Drives? A.K. CHHABRA

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OPERATING SYSTEM Properties of a Drive A.K. CHHABRA

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OPERATING SYSTEM How Do I Determine The Space Used By Individual Files? When one or more files are selected, the bottom of the window specifies the space used by those files. The Thicks.jpg graphic above uses 34.7 KB of disk space. A.K. CHHABRA

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA The Resume.doc word processing file above uses 13.0 KB of disk space.

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OPERATING SYSTEM The mouse may be used to select more than one file. In the illustration above, both Thicks.jpg and Resume.doc have been selected; together they use uses 47.7 KB of disk space

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA How Do I Delete A File/Directory? Select one or more files/folders. Hit the Delete Key! An alert window pops up to provide you an opportunity to confirm or cancel the deletion; select Yes to confirm! Files deleted from the floppy disk are immediately removed. Files deleted from the hard drive are transferred temporarily into the Recycle Bin.

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA You may also drag Files and Folders/Directories directly to the Recycle Bin

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA How Do I Find A File?

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA What Is The Start Button? The Start Button button provides a short-cut opportunity to launch applications Start->Settings->Taskbar Start->Shut Down-> Yes Start->Help Start->Documents Start->Program etc.

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA How Do I Shut Down The Computer? You should never turn a computer with the power switch! All computers should be shut down properly. Start->Shut Down-> Yes

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA How Do I Get Windows Help? Start->Help

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA Tell Me About Disks? One of the last items to be standardized on computers is the storage of information on disks. The process of preparing a disk to receive information is called formatting. All disks must be formatted! An IBM disk is formatted differently than a Macintosh disk. A UNIX machine uses still a different format. Hard disks and floppy disks have a top surface and a bottom surface. Information is generally stored on both surfaces. Concentric circles divide each side of the disk surface into tracks (figure a). The size and number of tracks is machine dependent; this is determined by the blend of installed hardware and software. High density floppy disks have more tracks than low density floppy disks. Pizza style partitions further partition the disk surface into sectors (figure b). The size and number of sectors is also machine dependent.

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA The portion of a single track in a single sector is called a block (figure c). The size of the block is also machine dependent. Information is generally transferred to the disk by read/write heads that physically move across the surface of the disk until the head is above the desired track (d).

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA How Do I Format A Disk? Double-click on My Computer to display disk drives. Select Floppy Disk (A:) File->Format...     Select 3.5" [1.4 MB]    Select Start Select OK [Will Erase Everything] Select OK [Format Complete]                Select Close

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OPERATING SYSTEM A.K. CHHABRA How Do I Duplicate A Disk? Double-click on My Computer to display disk drives. Select Floppy Disk (A:) File->Copy Disk ...    Select Start Select OK [Have Inserted Original Source] Select OK [Have Inserted Destination Disk] Select Close

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