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  • 1. Introduction to Operating System Practical no.1
  • 2. Operating System • Operating system is a System software which manages the hardware and provides services to the application software.
  • 3. Types of Software 1) System software is computer software designed to operate and control the computer hardware and to provide a platform for running application software System software is a generic phrase referring to the computer programs used to start and run computer systems
  • 4. Types of Software 2) Application software applies the power of system software to a particular purpose. In Information technology, an application program is a computer program designed to help peoples perform an activity.
  • 5. Application program is not • An operating system, which runs a computer • An Utility program, which performs maintenance or general-purpose function. • programming tools, with which computer programs are created.
  • 6. System software Vs. Application Software Software Application Software Microsoft Office Paint System Software Operating System Drivers
  • 7. Closed source 1) Closed-source software is maintained by a team who produces their product in a compiledexecutable state, which is what the market is allowed access to. • Under the closed-source model source code is not released to the public.
  • 8. Open source • Open source software is software that can be freely used, changed, and shared (in modified or unmodified form) by anyone.
  • 9. UBUNTU • Ubuntu is a Debian-based Linux operating system, with Unity as its default desktop environment (formerly GNOME). It is based on free software and named after the Southern African philosophy of ubuntu (literally, "human-ness"), which often is translated as "humanity towards others" or "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity". According to some metrics, Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distribution.
  • 10. Installation UBUNTU • Download the Ubuntu OS from Ubuntu Website.
  • 11. Installation UBUNTU • Choose the Ubuntu version based on your hardware availability.
  • 12. Installation UBUNTU • Download Power ISO
  • 13. Installation UBUNTU • Choose the Suitable version of Power ISO
  • 14. Installation UBUNTU • Install power ISO first in current operating system
  • 15. Installation UBUNTU
  • 16. Installation UBUNTU • After installation of power ISO
  • 17. UBUNTU Installation • Double Click on the UBUNTU ISO file
  • 18. UBUNTU Installation Open the UBUNTU ISO file with PowerISO
  • 19. UBUNTU Installation • After clicking wubi.exe
  • 20. UBUNTU Installation
  • 21. UBUNTU Installation • Insert password
  • 22. UBUNTU installation
  • 23. UBUNTU installation • Reboot the system to complete installation
  • 24. UBUNTU Installation • Wait for installation completion
  • 25. UBUNTU installation • Completing installation
  • 26. Ubuntu Installation • Select your desired operating system
  • 27. UBUNTU Installation • Login into UBUNTU
  • 28. UBUNTU installation • Desktop of UBUNTU