Ann McHoes ; Ida M. Flynn
In UNDERSTANDING OPERATING SYSTEMS, 8E, you will find an explanation that is both clear and straightforward of the current operating system theory as well as the methods that are used today. The strategy taken in this excellent book, which has been demonstrated to be effective, starts with a helpful overview of fundamentals before moving on to specific operating systems. Comprehensively revised and current content provides a more in-depth investigation into the ways in which contemporary advancements, like as multi-core computing and wireless technologies, have influenced today's operating systems. The practical exercises in this version include new sections called Revised Research Topics. These sections push you to conduct independent research on current and developing issues. In addition, the final four chapters have been updated to highlight information on the most recent versions of UNIX (including the most recent Macintosh OS), Linux, Windows, and Android. This will provide you with the modern knowledge and skills you need to work with today's systems in the most efficient manner.