Booting is a startup sequence that starts the operating system of a computer when it is turned on

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Booting is a startup sequence that starts the operating system of a computer when it is turned on
  1. A user interface, also called a "UI" or simply an "interface," is the means in which a person controls a software application or hardware device. A good
    1. A file manager or file browser is a computer program that provides a user interface to manage files and folders. The most common operations performed on files or groups of files include creating, opening (e.g. viewing, playing, editing or printing), renaming,
      1. A system's hardware resources are the I/O ports, interrupt vectors, direct memory access (DMA) channels, and other communication paths that must be assigned to each device that is connected to the system. The topics in this section describe how Kernel-Mode Driver Framework
        1. 1. Creating shortcuts. 2. Installing programs. 3. Backing up DATA (as opposed to the actual program. Data is the bit you added.) 4. Searching through My Computer to find Folders and Files. 5. Change screen resolution. 6. Change the color scheme on the Desktop. 7. Having a wallpaper that YOU choose. 8. Know how to put icons of frequently-used programs on the TaskBar. 9. Removing programs, or deleting if necessary. 10. Making Desktop Folders to put icons in - e.g. all genealogy in one Folder etc. 11. Removing extraneous files - cleaning up temp windows and internet files. 12. Put a shortcut to the floppy drive on the Desktop. 13. Drag & Drop. 14. Cut, Copy and Paste text as required - no matter which text program. 15. Download a nice graphic from the net and use it as wallpaper. 16. Save, Remove and Organize Bookmarks/Favorites. 17. Make separate folders for Bookmarks/Favorites. 18. Make separate folders for e-mail, and can drag & drop messages as required. 19. Update your anti-virus sof
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