UNIX/LINUX VERSUS MAC VERSUS WINDOWS ROUGH DRAFT9commands. The tasklist command has similar functionality of the ps command to list processes and display the PID. The taskkill command is used to terminate processes like the kill command.File ManagementFile management refers to the management, organization, and manipulation of documentsand the data in files on a computer. An end user can create a new file, edit an existing file, view, save, or even delete a file. They can also open or load a pre-existing file into the memory and or close a file without even saving it. End users can easily manage and organize their files by grouping related files in directories. A file management system is that set of system software thatprovides services to users and applications in the use of files. Typically, the only way that a user or application may access files is through the file management system (Stallings, 2012). However, the processes of file management are accomplished in different ways in different operating systems.All of UNIX and Linux data are organized into files and all files are organized into directories. The hierarchical structure supporting a directory and sub-directory structure can be basically view as an upside down tree like structure. The file structure starts with the root that represents by a forward slash (/). Under the root are sub-directories and these sub-directories arecapable of having their own sub-directory sub-division. Unlike Windows file system, UNIX/ Linux and Mac do not have drive letters names in the path to the file or backslashes, they use a similar item called mount points. Linux uses what they call a hard links and symbolic links to the files. Hard links cannot connect to a directory so the end user has to generate a symbolic link.This is much like how Windows uses shortcuts. The Mac file system is also considered as a hierarchical structure and like UNIX/Linux it also uses the forward slash (/). Windows file system can have many hierarchies, one for each partition and also one for each network drive.