Operating Systems

Media Player

Media Player Media player is a term typically used to describe computer software that can play back multimedia files like text, graphics, and animation. Most software media players support an array of media formats including audio and video files. Some media players focus only on audio or video and are known as audio players and …

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Mac

Mac The Mac computer more formerly known as the Macintosh computer is the number one rival of IBM-based personal computer. The Mac was invented by the Apple Corporation back in the late 1970’s and released in 1984. It has since become one of the biggies in the personal as well as professional computer market. The …

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Linux

Linux Linux is a relative newcomer to the operating system scene. It is based on Unix technology developed as part of a programmer’s dream of freeware operating systems that people could download, analyze, change, and then re-distribute. The first Linux systems were completed in 1992 by combining system utilities and libraries from the GNU program …

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Links

Links In the world of computers, there are many different links that can help you out in many ways. Links make it easy to navigate your way to various areas of the Internet with just the click of a button. There are many different kinds of links. Here are some: * Reciprocal Link A two-way …

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Hardware

Hardware Your computer’s hardware is the physical part of the computer, not to be confused with software which is not physical. Computer hardware includes the digital circuitry. Computer hardware includes the central processing unit (CPU), the monitor, the keyboard, the mouse, and the printer as well as any other peripherals you want to add such …

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GNU

GNU GNU pronounced guh-noo is computer operating system software comprised entirely of free software. Its name is a recursive acronym for “GNU’s not UNIX” which was chosen because its design is UNIX-like by being free software without containing any UNIX code. As of 2007, GNU is being actively developed, but a complete GNU system has …

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