Functions of the OS

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Name the 7 Functions
Error Reporting, Memory management, Resource Management, Input/output , Interrupt management, File management, Boot file.
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Error Reporting
functionality for storing details of errors which occurred in the operating system other software, so that developers can fix the causes of these errors ("bugs").
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Memory Management
the allocation of memory for use my various programs, as well as the storage and retrieval of data from memory
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Input/Output Management
the management of I/O devices. Device management - the management of all devices, such as storage devices and graphics cards (including I/O devices)
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Interrupt Management
the management of interrupts. User interface(s) - the management of user interfaces - for example a GUI for the end user and a command line interface for a technician to diagnose faults.
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File Management
part of the operating system when files are saved, deleted and accessed
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Boot File
used while the operating system is loading, when the computer is switched on, after POST (Power On Self Test - a form of self-diagnostics), to provide personal settings.
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Resource Management
the management of limited resources, including CPU time, memory, hard disk space, electrical power, external devices, and I/O operations.
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functionality for storing details of errors which occurred in the operating system other software, so that developers can fix the causes of these errors ("bugs").

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Error Reporting

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the allocation of memory for use my various programs, as well as the storage and retrieval of data from memory

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the management of I/O devices. Device management - the management of all devices, such as storage devices and graphics cards (including I/O devices)

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the management of interrupts. User interface(s) - the management of user interfaces - for example a GUI for the end user and a command line interface for a technician to diagnose faults.

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