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IT282r2_wk1_appendix_b[1] - What is used to access data...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Operating Systems A computer technician must be familiar with the many different components in operating systems. You need to know how to research the components and explain their functions. Complete the following activity by choosing three components of an operating system, and explain their functions in comparison to other software. Operating System Components and Their Functions Operating System Component One: Shell Function: Provides an interface between the software and the user. This is
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Unformatted text preview: What is used to access data stored on the system. Component Two: Kernel Function: This component of the operating system also refered to as the core provides the interface between the OS and the computer’s hardware and peripherals. Component Three: File System Function: The way in which files are recorded. Commonly refered to as a tree structure. The file system provides the user with a logical representation of the hard drive contents. IT 282 IT 282 2...
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