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Assignment No. 1 Computer Topic: Difference between Windows, Linux and DOS Submitted by: Samina Khaliq MBA - B7 (A) CIIT/FA10-MBA-048/SWL Date: 14 th March 2011 Submitted To: Sir Tariq COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Sahiwal Difference between Windows, Linux and DOS Operating systems:
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The Windows, Linux and DOS are operating systems. An operating system is a most important programme that runs on a computer. Every general purpose computer must have an operating system to run other programmes. Microsoft has taken two separate approaches with the Windows operating system: one is suited for home users while the other is intended for the IT professional. The dual approach has resulted in home editions having more functionality in the way of multimedia support. However, Microsoft home-based operating systems tend to have less functionality in regard to security and networking. The professional versions for the server environment are limited in multimedia features but offer enhanced networking capability and security. WINDOWS Windows is multitasking, and multiuse’s GUI Windows is based on Graphical Users Interface. Understanding
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course MGMT 45 taught by Professor Tariqrafiq during the Fall '11 term at COMSATS Institute Of Information Technology.

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