Check out the informative quiz that covers an introduction to the operating system, process management, and CPU scheduling. Operating systems allow us to interact with the computer as they can translate the simple high-level language instructions we give them into machine-level language and back again to a form that we can understand. Today, most operating systems come with a GUI or a Graphical User Interface, like icons and menus, but this was not the case in older days. Let's find out how well you know these systems!
It is an interface between the user and the hardware.
It is the first software that runs when the computer boots up.
It provides a platform for the user to run applications.
All of the above.
Operating system itself.
A complete software package
Program in execution
Public Control Block
Process Control Box
Process Creating Block
Process Control Block
Selects a process from secondary storage device and allocates it to the CPU.
Selects a process from memory and swaps out to secondary storage.
Selects a process from ready queue and assigns it to the CPU.
Selects a process from I/O queue to moves it to ready queue.
Move the process from secondary storage to ready queue.
Move the process from ready queue to CPU.
Move the process from memory to secondary storage.
Move the process between different queues.
It moves the process from ready queue to CPU.
It swaps out the idle process from memory to secondary storage.
It moves the process between different queues.
It helps the CPU in executing the process.
None of the Above
Multilevel Queue Scheduling
Largest Job First
The interval from the time of submission of a process to the time of completion.
The sum of periods spent waiting in the ready queue.
The sum of periods spent executing on CPU.
The time when the process first responds.
The currently executing process will be preempted and the new process will be assigned to the CPU.
The CPU will keep on executing the current process and the new process has to wait in the ready queue.
The new process will be shifted to I/O queue.
The system will crash.
The priority of a process decreases after sometime. (moves away from 1)
The priority of a process increases after sometime. (moves closer to 1)
The priority remains constant.
The process becomes old and doesn't execute.
The process coming first is executed first without preemption.
The processes are executed according to their priority.
The process having the smallest burst time is executed first.
The process is executed for a time quantum and when the time quantum expires, the process enters into waiting state.
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