Introduction to Operating Systems and Networks
For undergraduate courses in Information Technology, including Windows and Operating Systems courses.Introducing basic networking concepts as well as providing an introduction to Windows 2000/XP Professional, this text provides a solid foundation for all beginning students in Information Technology. Students will gain a fundamental knowledge of operating systems as well as understand the client/server relationship in a local area network environment--crucial to anyone planning to work in IT.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 216.4 x 278.9 x 9.7mm | 471.74g
- 08 Apr 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Introduction to Operating Systems. 2. Windows File and Environment Management. 3. DOS. 4. Windows Utilities. 5. Customizing Your Environment. 6. Computer Hardware. 7. Introduction to Networks. 8. Network Administrator. 9. Accounts and Groups. 10. Shares and Permissions. 11. Network Maintenance. 12. Introduction to the Internet. Appendix.