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  1. CONTENT Introduction Operating System (OS) Summary Application Software Utility Program Proprietary and Open Source Software Summary

  2. Introduction

  3. Operating System Application Software • Do you know what types of this pictures are? This lesson will be a walkthrough on Software which basically divided into 2 categories :

  4. Operating System (OS) • Is a set of programs that schedule tasks, allocates storage and presents a default interface to the user between applications. • The functions of OS: 1. Starting a computer 2. Providing a user interface. 3. Managing data and programs. 4. Managing memory. 5. Configuring Devices. • Many of the OS were device-dependent and proprietary.

  5. Various Types of OS in Different Platform • PC Platform uses OS: a) Disk OS (DOS) - Used a command line interface when Microsoft 1st develop. - It’s a closed source software. b) Microsoft Windows XP - It’s operating environment is Graphical User Interface (GUI). - It’s a closed source software. • Apple Platform uses OS: a) Mac OS - It’s a 1st commercial successful GUI. - Used in home desktop and workstations.

  6. b) Mac OS X - It’s a multitasking OS. - Used in home desktops, workstations and servers. - Better security protection compared to Mac OS. • Cross-Platform uses OS: a) UNIX - Multitasking OS. - Offer command line interface and GUI. b) LINUX - Is a popular, free and UNIX-like GUI. - Open source software.

  7. Different Interface of OS • User Interface is the part of an OS that you see and interact with and by which users and programs communicates with each other. • Importance of user interfaces are: 1. To assist users interacting with a software. 2. To control how a user enters data and instructions. 3. To control how information is displayed. • 3 types of user interfaces are: 1. Command-line Interface 2. Menu-driven Interface 3. GUI

  8. Command-line Interface - Requires user to type commands to enter data and instructions that instruct the OS what to do. - Difficult to use because it requires exact spelling, syntax and a set of rules. - Advantage : Help user to operate computer quickly after memorizing the keywords and syntax. • Menu-driven Interface - Enable user to avoid memorizing keywords such as copy, paste and syntax. - On screen, it shows the options available at a given point in a form of text-based menu. - Easy to learn.

  9. GUI - Makes use of computer’s graphics capabilities to make the OS and programs easier to use (user-friendly). - Used to create the desktop that makes user easily differentiate between interface. - Interact with menus and visual images such as buttons, icons, and other graphical objects to issue commands.

  10. Summary • OS is a set of programs presents a default interface to the user between applications. • The functions of OS is starting a computer, providing a user interface, managing data and programs, managing memory and configuring Devices. • Various types of OS that uses different platform: a) PC Platform - Disk OS (DOS) and Microsoft Windows XP b) Apple Platform - Mac OS and Mac OS X c) Cross-Platform - UNIX and LINUX • User Interface is the part of an OS that you see and interact with. • 3 types of user interfaces are, Command-line Interface, Menu-driven Interface and GUI.

  11. Types of Application Software The program that is designed to assist users with personal tasks is called an application software. • Word Processing – An office application that enable user to create, edit, format and print textual documents (Exp: MS Word). • Spreadsheet – A program that processes information in ` the form of tables. Table cells can hold values and mathematical formulas (Exp: MS Excel). • Presentation – Allow user to create visual AIDS or presentation to communicate ideas, messages and other information to a group (MS PowerPoint). • Graphics – Program that edit digital representation or non-text information such as drawings, charts or photographs (Windows Movie Maker).

  12. Utility Program • Perform maintenance-type tasks related to the managing of a computer, its devices and programs. • Enhance existing functions or provide services not supplied by other software programs. • Most computer come with built-in utilities Types of Utility Program • File Manager - Software used to manage files on a disk. - Provide functions of delete, copy, moves and view the file as well as create and manage folders, formatting and identify the capacity of the storage medium.

  13. Diagnostic Utility - Compiles technical information about a computer’s hardware and prepares a report outlining any identified problems. - Example : User guide (Help Menu) • File Compression Utility - Removes redundant elements, gaps and unnecessary data from a computer’s storage capacity. - Also called zipped files. - A compressed file must be unzipped to its original form before being used. - Example : WinZip

  14. Proprietary and Open Source Software • Proprietary Software - Also called closed source software. - Offers a stable system with support if the software fails or malfunctions. - Example : MS-DOS, Mac OS and UNIX. • Open Source Software - Provide for use, modifications and redistributions. - Can download from internet for free and make improvement by the user. - Example : LINUX

  15. Differentiate Between Proprietary and Open Source Software

  16. Summary • There are 4 types of Application Software : • Word Processing • Spreadsheet • Presentation • Graphics • Utility Program perform maintenance-type tasks related to the managing of a computer, its devices and programs. • 3 types of Utility Program are : • File Manager • Diagnostic Utility • File Compression Utility