After completing this lesson, student must be able to:
An OS is a collection of system program that together controls the operations of the computer system. This note contains a brief description of the Operating System.
MS-DOS stands for Microsoft Disk Operating System. It has three essential files and many command files. The process of loading system files into computer's memory from disk is called booting. This note provides an information about Microsoft disk operating system (MS-DOS).
Internal command are built in the COMMAND.COM files. Some commands need external additional files with command.com. This note provides an information about internal and external commands used in MS-DOS.
Microsoft Windows is a graphical user interface operating system. It is very easy to operate the computer with windows operating system. This note provides an information about windows and its use.