Ch01Power - Getting Started with the Operating System Ch1 1...

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Ch1 1 Getting Started with the Operating System
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Ch1 2 Overview Overview Will discuss the purpose and function of an operating system.
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Ch1 3 Overview Overview Will identify the system configuration and version of Windows that you are using.
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Ch1 4 Overview Overview The need and procedure for booting the system will be explained.
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Ch1 5 Overview Overview The function of, and rules for, file specifications will be explained.
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Ch1 6 Overview Overview Will discuss why Microsoft has DOS function available to the user.
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Ch1 7 Overview Overview Will compare and contrast data files with system files.
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Ch1 8 Overview Overview Will explain the purpose and function of commands and then use the commands for specific tasks.
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Ch1 9 Overview Overview Make a copy of a disk.
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Ch1 10 Overview Overview Learn the proper way to end a work session.
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Ch1 11 What is an What is an Operating System? Operating System? The operating system: First program loaded into memory ( RAM ) Software program - makes computer work
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Ch1 12 What is an What is an Operating System? Operating System? The operating system: Supervises application programs and all input/output of computer Takes care of mandatory functions of computer
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Ch1 13 What is an What is an Operating System? Operating System? User communicates with the operating system and the OS runs the computer. Working with the operating system is known as being on the SYSTEM LEVEL.
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Ch1 14 Versions of the Operating Versions of the Operating System (OS) System (OS) New versions of OS Assigned a number take advantage of new technology. Upgrades contain enhancements which increase capabilities of computer .
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Ch1 15 Versions of the Operating Versions of the Operating System (OS) System (OS) Current version of Windows Operating system is Windows XP Two versions Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional
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Ch1 16 Overview of Overview of Files and Disks Files and Disks Disks are the primary way to permanently save data and programs. Files are used to organize data for ease of retrieval.
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Ch1 17 Overview of Overview of Files and Disks Files and Disks Figure 1.1 Disks and Files p.4 Figure 1.1 Disks and Files p.4
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Ch1 18 File Names, File Types, File Names, File Types, and Folders and Folders File names ( file specifications ): Must have a unique name. Comes in two parts-- File name File extension
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Ch1 19 File Names, File Types, File Names, File Types, and Folders and Folders File name describes and identifies the contents of a file. The file extension identifies the type of file.
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Ch1 20 File Names, File Types, File Names, File Types, and Folders and Folders Consider using the 8.3 rule when naming files.
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Ch1 21 File Names, File Types, File Names, File Types, and Folders and Folders There are two types of files: Program files Data files
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Ch1 22 File Names, File Types, File Names, File Types, and Folders and Folders Program files ( used to create data ): Step by step instructions for computer In RAM for application program to work Fall into generic categories
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course CIS CIS 103 taught by Professor Dorisdunn during the Winter '09 term at Skagit Valley College.

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