Test Bank For Operating Systems: A Systematic View, 6/E by William S. Davis, T.M. Rajkumar

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Operating Systems: A Systematic View, 6/E by William S. Davis, T.M. Rajkumar (Test Bank) ISBN-10: 0321267516 • ISBN-13: 9780321267511

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Table of Contents:

1. What Is an Operating System?

2. Hardware.

3. Software and Data.

4. Linking the Hardware Components.

5. The User Interface, the File System, and the IOCS.

6. Resource Management.

7. MS-DOS Commands.

8. The Microsoft Windows User Interface.

9. The UNIX/Linux User Interface.

10. The Intel Architecture.

11. MS-DOS Internals.

12. Windows XP Internals.

13. UNIX and Linux Internals.

14. Macintosh OS X Internals.

15. MVS Internals.

16. Data Communication and Networks.

17. The Internet and the World Wide Web.

18. Client/Server Information Systems.

19. Windows 2003 Server.

20. Linux Networking.

21. Novell NetWare.

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