Operating System

An Operating System (OS) is a program which, after being initially booted into the computer, runs and manages all the other programs in that computer. The OS is the most important program that runs on a computer.
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Memory Management

The OS keeps track of the Primary Memory; as in it keeps track of the memory which is in use and by whom, and the memory which isn't. Thus, it allocates the unused memory as and when a process or program requests it.

Processor Management

The Operating System allocates the Processor to a program and deallocates it when it is no longer required, ensuring that each program and application receives enough of the processor's time to function properly.

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Device Management

The I/O Controller of the OS keeps a track of all your devices and decides which process gets the device, when, and for how much time. It uses another API to request data from the device driver.


The OS prevents unauthorized access to programs and data by means of passwords and similar other techniques. Operating System security (OS security) is the process of ensuring OS integrity, confidentiality and availability.

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