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What is an Operating System?Operating system is a main software that works on many devices such as computers, mobile phones, tablets, manages hardware resources and provides common services for various application software. The operating system acts as an intermediary between application programs and device hardware for hardware functions such as input-output, memory allocation, although application codes are usually executed by direct hardware.
Operating systems are not only on computers, video game consoles, mobile phones and web servers; It can be installed in cars, white goods, even inside wrist watches. It should be evaluated not with the width of its functionality, but with the ability to program the hardware for a specific purpose.
As an example of operating systems; Examples include Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Pardus, BeOS, Android and iOS.
What are the Tasks?Although it is the main task of operating systems to provide data communication between the programs used, it is another task of managing the memory of this operating system and providing additional opportunities to use the system memory more effectively. Operating system, which also manages the security and opening and closing of data, is the basic mechanism of our machine. Managing the main memory and external recorders can also be considered the duties of the operating system, and also plays a role in phones, computers or white goods performing different functions at the same time. Although operating systems are considered as the spinal cord of the human body, there is no wrong analogy.
What are the Types of Operating Systems?
1-WindowsIt is the most widely used system in the world, which was first released by the Microsoft company under the name MS-DOS and later named Windows. It is an easily learnable. This convenience makes Windows the most widely used main software in the computer market. The biggest competitor in this matter is the Linux.
Windows 1.0 (1985), Windows 2.0 (1987), Windows 3.0 (1990), Windows 95 (1995), Windows 98 (1998), Windows ME (2000), Windows XP (2001), Windows Vista (2007), Windows 7 (2009), Windows 8 (2012), Windows 8.1 (2014), Windows 10 (2015), Windows 11 (2021)