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The Basics: How Memory and Its Allocation work
Lecture Summary from University of Southern California
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Free On-Line Dictionary of Computing
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Security in Ordinary Operating Systems
This chapter examines the requirements of a secure operating system. The UNIX and Windows Operating Systems are examined and the author explains why neither are fundamentally secure operating systems.
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Tutorials Point Operating System Overview
"An operating System (OS) is an intermediary between users and computer hardware. It provides users an environment in which a user can execute programs conveniently and efficiently.
In technical terms, It is a software which manages hardware. An operating System controls the allocation of resources and services such as memory, processors, devices and information."
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