Operating System

Operating System (OS) is software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs. It includes functions such as memory, process, file, and device management. Examples of popular operating systems are Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android.

Why Operating Systems?

Resource management: The OS manages computer hardware resources such as the CPU, memory, disk space, and input/output devices. This ensures that different applications running on the system do not interfere with each other.

Device support: The OS provides drivers for different hardware devices such as printers, scanners, and cameras. This enables these devices to be used with the computer.

Overall, an operating system provides a layer of abstraction between the hardware and software, which simplifies the development and management of computer systems.

For Whom

The audience for this training program would typically be individuals who are interested in or working in information technology. This may include IT professionals, system administrators, network engineers, or software developers. It is also for the students who are likely to join large organizations in entry-level positions.


Learning Objectives of Operating System topic:

  1. Understanding the purpose and function of operating systems.
  2. Understanding the various types of operating systems, including desktop, server, and mobile operating systems.
  3. Understanding how operating systems manage resources such as memory, CPU time, and input/output devices.
  4. Understanding how to navigate and manage operating systems.


  1. College Graduate
  2. Candidates should have a basic understanding of how to use a computer.
  3. A basic understanding of programming concepts
  4. Familiarity with computer hardware and software


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