Understanding Operating System by Flynn

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Understanding Operating System by Flynn

Understanding Operating System by Flynn :

Author : Ida M. Flynn, Ann McHoes

Publisher : Cengage Learning

Language : English

Pages : 590

About The Author:


Understanding Operating System by Flynn – Ann McIver McHoes has been writing about computers for 25 years. She co-authored, with the late Ida M. Flynn, the first four editions of Understanding Operating Systems and is now sole author of this classic textbook, which has received awards for excellence from the Text and Academic Authors Association. She teaches at Duquesne University and has also taught business and computer science classes at Chatham University and Carlow University.

About This Book :


This book highly-regarded structure begins with a discussion of fundamentals before moving on to specific operating systems. This edition has been updated and modernized now included are enhanced discussions of the latest innovation evolutions (multi-core processing, wireless technologies, PDA and telephone operating systems and Blu-ray optical storage) and how they affect operating systems. Revised Research Topics in the exercise section encourage independent research among students. Content in the final four chapters has been updated to include information about a few of the latest versions of UNIX (including specific mention of the latest Macintosh OS), Linux and Windows.



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