Why Do We Need an Operating System?


The operating system is important since it provides a standard interface between a program and hardware and manages system resources for all running problems.
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Operating system is a program that is relevant. It controls the execution of programs and devices; it maximizes systems performance and provides different services to other applications such as file storage and network communication.
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