os

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İngilizce - Türkçe
os
kemik
(Askeri) işletim sistemi (operating system)
(Tıp) (ossa). Kemki, ossis
delik
ağız
(Tıp) (ora). Ağız, oris
anat
Türkçe - Türkçe
Kat kat çakıl ve kumdan oluşmuş yer kıvrımı
Osmiyum elementinin simgesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
oculus sinister — left eye
operating system
Ordnance Survey
an Ordnance Survey map

We've got an OS of the Cuckmere area.

outsize
Old Style; a term used in English language historical studies to indicate that a date conforms to the Julian calendar instead of the modern Gregorian calendar
A mouth; an opening
In particular, either end of the cervix, internal (to the uterus) or external (to the vagina)
sailor of the lowest rank in the merchant marine; low rank seaman having little experience at sea (term used in the British Royal Navy)
apparatus which enables the operation of a device; main program in a computer which is responsible for the allocation of resources to its various procedures
{i} metallic chemical element
The symbol for the element osmium
(Operating System) The main interface between the user and the device Windows CE and Palm OS are the two most used OS's SM (Smart Media) Often mixed up with MMC These super thin memory cards are currently not used on PDA's MS (Memory Stick) Sony's memory solution This is a memory only card that is the size of a stick of gum Only seen on Sony (Palm OS) devices
(computer science) software that controls the execution of computer programs and may provide various services
Operations support system OR operating system
One of the ridges of sand or gravel found in Sweden, etc
Operating System The software on your computer that controls the basic operation of the machine The opeating system performs such tasks as recognizing keyboard input, sending output to the monitor, keeping track of files and directories on the disk, and controlling other connected devices such as disk drives and printers
The osar are similar to the kames of Scotland and the eschars of Ireland
The operating system is the program that manages a computer's resources Common OSes include Windows '95, MacOS, Linux, Solaris, AmigaOS, AIX, Windows NT, etc
Operating System The software that drives the hardware associated with a computer system
Operating Sysem Or, more succintly, "Oh, Sh**t!"
a mouth or mouthlike opening
A computer by itself is essentially dumb bits of wire and silicon An operating system knows how to talk to this hardware and can manage a computer's functions, such as allocating memory, scheduling tasks, accessing disk drives, and supplying a user interface Without an operating system, software developers would have to write programs that directly accessed hardware--essentially reinventing the wheel with every new program With an operating system, such as Windows NT or Mac OS 8, developers can write to a common set of programming interfaces called APIs and let the operating system do the dirty work of talking to the hardware
Operating System: historically, the minimal set of software needed to manage a device's hardware capability and share it between application programs Practically, "OS" is now used to mean all software including kernel, device drivers, comms, graphics, data management, GUI framework, system shell application, and utility applications This would define Windows, Palm OS and MacOS as operating systems Symbian provides an operating system – Symbian OS – tailored for data-enabled mobile phones Symbian OS
Operating System, the basic instruction set used to provide a computer with the routines necessary to communicate with the user and hardware devices See also BIOS
Operating System The system software used by computers to schedule tasks and control the use of system resources The OS may be split into a kernel and various system utility programs Example operating systems: Unix, MVS, Windows, etc
Operating system Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, BeOS, HP-UX, etc
The Operating System is special software that performs fundamental tasks on your computer, such as recognizing input from the keyboard, sending output to the display screen, keeping track of files and directories on the hard drive, and controlling peripheral devices such as disk drives and printers Computers need an operating system to run other software programs Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME, Linux and OSX are examples of Operating Systems
Operating System The software that controls computer (or network, in the case of NetWare) resources and provides basic services
rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
(operating system) (n ) A collection of programs that monitor the use of the system and supervise the other programs executed by it
A bone
(Operating System): The portion of the CR10X, CR510, CR500, CR23X, CR5000, or CR9000's memory containing the datalogger instruction set The OS of these dataloggers can be changed without opening the datalogger and changing a hardware PROM The new operating system can be downloaded from a computer connected directly to a datalogger CSOS software is required See also CSOS
the left eye
A program, such as Linux or Windows, that controls your computer and manages everything from keyboard and mouse input to monitor, disk, and printer output It also maintains security and acts as a traffic cop to keep programs from tripping over one another
Operating System The basic software that makes a computer run An OS schedules tasks, allocates storage, handles the interface to peripheral hardware and presents a default interface to the user when no application program is running
Bone
supposed by some to be of marine origin, but probably formed by subglacial waters
Operating System A software program which manages the basic operations of a computer system
A mouth; an opening; an entrance
a hard brittle blue-gray or blue-black metallic element that is one of the platinum metals; the heaviest metal known
"Operating System" The OS is the base layer of a computing environment, upon which the application level software (or programs) can be run Examples of popular operating systems are Macintosh, Windows, and UNIX Without an operating system, a computer would be unable to work at all, and without application programs, a computer would work but be unable to perform any useful tasks
Operating System A program of foundation commands and procedures that allows a computing system to perform basic tasks such as managing files, accessing peripheral devices and running applications All computers must have access to some operating system in order to work
Operating System: A software program, which manages the basic operations of a computer system These operations include memory appointment, the order and method of handling tasks, flow of information into and out the main processor and to peripherals, etc (Back to top )
operating system such as HP-UX, Linux
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Kimya) symbol of osmium
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    /ˈäs/ /ˈɑːs/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'O ] (noun.) before 12th century. From neuter Latin word os (genitive ossis) meaning "bone".

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