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Linux
Linux
What is an ‘Operating System’?

Mac OS
Mac OS
An operating system is the program that acts like the brain of the computer. It is used to control everything. The operating system controls programs and the functions of the computer along with the hardware, software' and file organisation. Computers need an operating system so that they can complete tasks. All programs, software’s and hardware’s need something to tell them how to perform their task, and this is what the operating system is used for. Without one, your computer would be useless. Operating systems are designed to make the computer more convenient for the user; it displays all of the information for the user in a clearer layout. Some popular operating systems are Windows 8.1, Mac OS and Linux. There are 2 variants of operating systems; A Command Line Interface (CLI) and a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Windows 8.1
Windows 8.1

Command Program
Command Program
Command Line Interface: A ‘Command Line Interface’ is a variant of operating system that allows the user to directly interact with the computer by typing in commands. The computer displays a command program or command box that allows the user to give the computer instructions by entering the command and pressing the enter key. CLI is used by mostly professional programmers who have experience in computer languages. Using CLI doesn’t restrict you as GUI does. It allows you to look into program files and rewrite how the program works.
Although modern computers do not run with CLIs, it is still done in the background without the need of a user. Instead of typing in a command, we now click on the icon we would like to do however in the background, the computer is still linking the clicking and the commands together. Even though we do not need to use the CLI ourselves, the computer still needs to run the CLI in the background so…...

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