unit 4 project - Windows and Linux Tasks Managers Betty...

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Windows and Linux Tasks Managers Betty Wiseman Operating Systems January 22, 2011 So they can start the Task Manager Windows users use Ctrl-Alt-Delete when an application bogs down the system, but there is a similar "Kill Bill" utility in Ubuntu Linux. In some ways, it's better than the Windows version. Task Manager in Windows
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Delete. It shows in separate tabs the programs, processes, and services running on the PC. It is most often used to manually close an errant program that is not responding, but it can display performance parameters such as CPU activity and memory usage, networking activity, and view a list of users logged in on the PC. Under the Users tab, you can also send a message to another user, see what they are working on, or if you are the administrator, forcibly disconnect another user from the PC. System Monitor in Ubuntu
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2012 for the course IT 301 IT 301 taught by Professor Jamesmarion during the Winter '10 term at Kaplan University.

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