A Guide to Operating Systems: Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
Course Technology, 1999 - Operating systems (Computers) - 466 pages
This title provides an exhaustive survey of operating systems in use in business today and prepares technicians to maintain and support them. Includes coverage of Windows, Windows NT, Unix, Linux, DOS, MacOS, and NetWare. Prepares technicians to maintain operating systems.
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AppleTalk applications AUTOEXEC.BAT backup basic boot bytes CD-ROM chapter chip Chkdsk choose click OK client clock speed command communications components computer’s CONFIG.SYS conﬁguration connected Control Panel create default DEFRAG delete desktop device driver dial-up dialog box disk drive disk space display Double-click enable example FDISK Figure File ﬁle system ﬁlename ﬁmctions ﬁnd ﬁom ﬁrst ﬂoppy disk folder format functions graphical hard disk hard drive hardware icon inode install Internet IPX/SPX Linux machine Macintosh Manager memory menu Microsoft modem mouse MS-DOS multiple multitasking NetWare NTFS operating system option partition password perform port press Enter printer processor protocol SCANDISK screen Setup shared speciﬁc storage stored TCP/IP UNIX upgrade utility version of Windows Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows for Workgroups Windows NT Server workstation