About Hardware and Networking Training
The main bit of hardware that I need to talk about is a system connector. There are a wide range of names for system connectors, including system cards, Network Interface Cards, NICs. These are all non specific terms for a similar bit of equipment. A system card's occupation is to physically append a PC to a system, so that the PC can take an interest in system correspondences. The primary thing that you have to think about system cards is that the system card needs to coordinate the system medium. The system medium alludes to the sort of cabling that is being utilized on the system. Remote systems are a science all their own, and I will discuss them in a different article.
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- Lessons: 15
- Skill level:Beginner
- Students: 50
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Section 1: Introduction to PC & Operating System 4 Hrs
An operating system is the most important software that runs on a computer. It manages the computer's memory and processes, as well as all of its software and hardware. It also allows you to communicate with the computer without knowing how to speak the computer's language. Without an operating system, a computer is useless.
Microsoft's first operating system, MDOS/MIDAS, was designed along many of the PDP-11 features, but for microprocessor based systems. MS-DOS, or PC DOS when supplied by IBM, was based originally on CP/M-80.
Each of these machines had a small boot program in ROM which loaded the OS itself from disk.
1. Hard Disk