True/False Mark T for True and F for False. If False, rewrite the statement so that it is True.
__F__1. An operating system must reside inside a computer or mobile device; that is, it can run from a USB flash drive or other external drives.
__F__2. The kernel is memory resident, which means it remains in memory while the computer or mobile device is running.
__T__3. A user interface controls how you enter data and instructions and how information is displayed on the screen.
__F__4. Most users today work with a GUI.
__T__5. Most operating systems today are multitasking.
__T__6. The area of the hard drive used for virtual memory is called a swap file.
__T__7. Each device connected to a computer requires its own specific driver.
__T__8. Hackers often look for ways to break into a computer or device using flaws in the operating system.
__T__9. Many of the first operating systems were device dependent and proprietary.
__T__10. An upward compatible application means it can recognize and work with applications written for an earlier version of the operating system.
__F__11. Linux is not proprietary software.
__T__12. Operating systems that function as both desktop and server operating systems sometimes are called multipurpose operating systems.
Match the terms with their definitions.
__J__3. command language
__G__7. open source software
__D__8. proprietary software
First step is to see if your caps look is on. Then check your password and try again. If you still have the message, if you are on a domain then contact the systems administrator. If you are not create a password reset disk.
During a nightly update the customized background became in compatible.
Check to see if the software has an update that is compatible. If not and the application is critical revert to the previous version of the operating system.
You do not have administrative access. Use admin credentials if you do not have them contact a systems admin.
It did an automatic update or you need to manually install the updates by going to the Microsoft updates.