Operating system services, Basic Computer Science

Operating system services:

In this section we consider basic services supported by an operating system. There are many building blocks to be considered, not all of which will necessarily be found in any particular operating system. Therefore, we will consider few essential ones.  

  • Command processor and user interface  
  • File management system  
  • Input/output control system  
  • Process management   
  • Memory management   

 

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