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Manage your computers' hardware, software and all of the processes with an operating system. Computers speak a specific language, and without an operating system, initializing these processes would not be an easy task, if not impossible. Operating systems coordinate all of your computer's components, including your memory and storage space, to ensure each program installed receives what it needs to function properly.
Easy Navigation Operating systems are generally menu driven with intuitive and easy-to-navigate graphical user interfaces and do not require special skills to operate. Menus and icons are clearly labeled using pictures and texts. Using a mouse and a point-and-click operation, you can open programs quickly and accurately and navigate through pages of information by simply activating the operating systems' buttons and menus on your user desktop.
Effective Communication Network operating systems are ideal for businesses that require communication between employees. Using a network operating system, all users of that network can connect to the organization's password-protected information system, including company email, customer information and private databases. Data can be stored in one central location, which makes it easier for employees to access company information and work remotely from another workspace when needed.
Hardware Management Operating systems use device drivers to allocate the program needed to run hardware on your computer. Most operating systems come equipped with standard device drivers, or you can add a device driver to your operating system when you install the hardware. Once you install your device driver, your operating system knows how to identify your hardware and how o make it work as it is intended. Device drivers can be updated to conform to specific versions of your operating system. MoreLess