A Guide to Operating Systems: Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
Course Technology, 1999 - Operating systems (Computers) - 466 pages
This title provides a survey of operating systems in use in business in the late-1990s and prepares technicians to maintain and support them. Featuring end-of-chapter review questions, hands-on projects, and in-depth case projects, skills can be practised as they are learned.
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allocation AppleTalk applications AUTOEXEC.BAT backup boot bytes CD-ROM CD-ROM drive chapter Chkdsk choose click OK client cluster command communications components CONFIG.SYS conﬁguration CONFlG.SYS connected Control Panel create default DEFRAG delete desktop device driver dial-up dialog box disk drive disk space display Double-click FDISK Figure ﬁle system ﬁlename ﬁnd ﬁom ﬁrst ﬂoppy disk folder format functions hard disk hard drive hardware icon inode interface Internet IPX/SPX Linux machine Macintosh Manager memory menu Microsoft modem mouse MS-DOS NetWare NTFS operating system option partition password port press Enter printer protocol restart SCANDISK screen Setup shared speciﬁc speed storage stored TCP/IP UNIX upgrade utility version of Windows Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows for Workgroups Windows NT 4.0 Windows NT Server Workstation