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3.1: System Software Learning Objectives

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    18607
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    Learning Objectives

    If you do well in this unit, you should be able to:

    1. Distinguish between Operating Systems software and Application Systems software.
    2. Describe commonly used operating systems.
    3. Identify the primary functions of an Operating System.
    4. Describe the “boot” process.
    5. Identify Desktop and Windows features.
    6. Use Utility programs.
    7. Discuss the pros and cons of the three major operating systems.
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    • Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts System Software Objectives. Authored by: Jim Shannon. Provided by: Extended Learning Institute of Northern Virginia Community College. Located at: http://www.nvcc.edu/eli/index.html. License: CC BY: Attribution

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