πŸ“– Operating Systems - A Friendly Handbook πŸ“– (Open Notes)
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1. Introduction to Operating Systems.md added more noteS Sep 10, 2016
1.2 System Structures.md added more notes Sep 12, 2016
10. Buffer Cache.md started notes on file management Aug 1, 2016
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12 Mass Storage Structure.md Added more notes Sep 13, 2016
13 IO Systems.md updated read me Feb 26, 2017
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README.md updated readme Feb 26, 2017
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README.md

πŸ‘‰ About

This is a friendly handbook which is useful for familiarizing yourself with the basics of Operating System Concepts. I am preparing this handbook as part of "The Bit Series". Read more about our manifesto here. Also, feel free to submit pull requests as there might be plenty of grammatical errors, spelling errors, and even inconsistencies in the content. I will try to update the book as frequently as possible. I am also keeping a log of my continuous updates here. It is tough doing this alone, so I am definitely crediting anyone for their contributions.

πŸ‘‰ Table of Content

πŸ‘‰ Status

  • Draft stage

πŸ‘‰ TODO List

  • Add examples through images.
  • Add proper tables and fix code segments

πŸ‘‰ Contributor

πŸ‘‰ Potential book cover

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πŸ‘‰ More from "The Bit Series"

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