1 MODULE 4 In the fourth module, I will discuss the process management, memory management, file management, and system resource management in relation to the Mac OS. Each one of these management efforts play a vital role in the overall end-user experience on the Mac OS. Understanding each will help the end-user navigate through the different processes, understand how things are allocated and finally control most of the processes running right from the Activity Monitor application built into the Mac OS. Starting with Process Management, the Mac OS utilizes a program called Activity Monitor. As Activity Monitor is the Graphical User Interface (GUI) to the end-user, this program gives the status of what is going on behind the scenes in terms of your computer. Essentially the process management of your computer is broken into five subsections: CPU, Memory, Energy, Disk and Network. Each of these subsections has several statistics that it displays. The CPU subsection for example displays the what
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- Fall '18
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