Installing & Configuring Operating Systems (part 1)

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Installing & Configuring Operating Systems (part 1)

Installing and Configuring Operating Systems (part 1)

Welcome to Cybrary IT’s lesson on Installing and Configuring Operating Systems.  When we talk about booting and starting the operating system we mean turning the system on and getting it up and running.

There are several methods for accomplishing the boot process including use of a USB device, CD ROM or hard disk drive which houses the operating system files required to execute the boot process.

So you’ll learn about how USB’s and other devices are specially formatted to house boot specific files and execute a sequenced series of instructions that comprise the boot process, and we examine the variations and differences in each of these boot processes present.

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