Abbreviated "OS", an operating system is software that provides the user with an interface as well as hardware support and support to run and use applications. Operating systems also accept input and display output by communicating with hardware and interacting with any respective applications or system software that might be using that hardware.
Windows, Windows NT, MacOS, UNIX, Novell Netware, DOS, BSD and BeOS are all examples of operating systems. Linux on the other hand, is a kernel
1. Electronics: Transistor to transistor logic
2. Networking: Time to live; the amount of time a record will remain cached.
1. Logic circuits use TTL
2. You might want to change your default TTL 128 if it's not already.
What you say when someone screws you over or tries to put you in a bad situation.
The phone company was supposed to turn on my phone today and now they're saying it won't be on until next week. They got me fucked up.
1. A 32-bit Operating System with a graphical interface and 16-bit backwards compatibility for older applications. It was created by Microsoft Corporation.
2. A name that may refer to Windows NT or Operating Systems based on Windows NT such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Windows NT and it's variants were also developed by Microsoft Corporation. They are true 32-bit Operating Systems. They are not the same as Windows 9.x (3.1/95/98/ME).
1. Windows 3.1 is still used by some businesses today.
2. I downloaded and installed Service Pack 5 for Windows NT 4 Workstation
A woman with issues
Yo mama's so fat, it took 500 pages just to fit her in Guiness
Yo mama's so fat, when she ran for congress, she represented 10 states
Yo mama's so fat, she auditioned for Terminator 3 and got the part as the human resistance
Yo mama's glases are so thick, she starts fires everytime she reads
Yo mama's teeth are so yellow, she has to wear sunglasses to look in the mirror
A 64-bit processor created by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). It is capable of handling 32-bit applications with no compromise in performance.
The AMD(R) Operton(TM) is the latest edition to the growing family of processors from Advanced Micro Devices.
UK82 actually started in 1979 with bands like the Threats.
The biggest battle during the UK82 era was punks vs mods.