WHAT AN OPERATING SYSTEM DOES

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As a user, you normally interact with the operating system through a set of commands. For example, the DOS operating system contains commands such as COPY and RENAME for copying files and changing the names of files, respectively.

The commands are accepted and executed by a part of the operating system called the command processor or command line interpreter. Graphical user interfaces allow you to enter commands by pointing and clicking at objects that appear on the screen.

But that really doesn’t address the various ways that operating systems make your computer work easier and more efficiently. Their specific capacities are what make them help your computer operate as a user-friendly device. Let’s look specifically at what an operating system does.

  1. Process Management

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